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In our continued celebration of the diversity of our student body, on 11th June, we will be commemorating Russia Day for the first time.
Celebrated annually since 1992 to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic on 12th June 1990.
This marked the beginning of constitutional reform in the Russian..read more
5th June commemorates the anniversary of Frederick VII signing the Danish constitution in 1849, establishing Denmark as a constitutional monarchy; locally known as Grundlovsdag.
Whilst not a public holiday, Government offices, banks and schools are closed, as are most shops.
The day has added significance as women were given the vote on 5th June 1915, and the constitution of..read more
National Awakening Day is an Indonesian observance annually held on May 20. It commemorates the creation of the first Indonesian nationalist..read more
At Alice Smith School we welcome students from over 40 different nationalities and enjoy celebrating many festivals often through our shared love of food! National and special days give us opportunities to come together and experience a small part of each other's cultures - with the support of our wonderful kitchen teams! On Wednesday, 28th April (a day late), we will be..read more
It's time to celebrate another of our Founding Nations on March 17th with St. Patrick's Day ☘️☘️☘️.
St Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of St Patrick (Lá Fhéile Phádraig), is a global celebration of Irish culture held on March 17th. This is the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland, who administered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth..read more
At Alice Smith School we welcome students from over 40 different nationalities and enjoy celebrating many festivals often through our shared love of food! National and special days give us opportunities to come together and experience a small part of each other's cultures - with the support of our wonderful kitchen teams!
With the extension of the MCO we now know we won't be..read more
With so many different nationalities in school we are very lucky to be able to celebrate a huge variety of national days. Term 2 is usually a busy time for the kitchens, as we celebrate our truly international and multicultural student population with not one but five national days!
And while we can't be together on the first of these, Australia Day which falls on Tuesday 26th..read more
With nearly 50 different nationalities in school we are very lucky to be able to celebrate many national days. The last of our National Days for this academic year would have been held on 1st July, to celebrate Bastille Day of France.
Bastille Day or La Fete Nationale is celebrated on the 14th July each year, to commemorate the storming of the Bastille, a Parisian prison in..read more
King’s Day is when the Dutch celebrate the birthday of their King. On King’s Day, the Dutch wear orange clothes and wigs and have many orange coloured decorations. In addition, flea markets are held in parks and streets and people make a toast to the King with Orange Bitter, a bright orange liqueur.
Originally Princess’ Day, it was celebrated on Princess Wilhelmina’s birthday..read more
With nearly 50 different nationalities in school we are very lucky to be able to celebrate many national days. St. George is the patron Saint of England and St. George's Day is celebrated on April 23rd each year.
To celebrate we can enjoy some great English dishes at EP this lunchtime prepared by our school catering partner Delischool.
- Fish and Chips with Garden Peas