We had a couple of special events at school in October. That included Halloween, when the kids were encouraged to dress in costume. Nyan decided he wanted to be a robot, so Mommy sprung into action and whipped up another home-made costume. Looks good!
Also in October, the school celebrated UN Day. It’s a pretty big deal at an international school in Singapore, where kids come from literally all over the world. Nyan has schoolmates from China, Norway, India, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Uganda, Argentina, the UK, the USA, and many more.
On UN Day, kids were asked to dress up in clothes that represent their country of origin. For Nyan, that could mean England, America, or even Myanmar. He opted for …. Iowa.
There was an all-school assembly, with parents invited. No decent video from the assembly itself, but here’s our goofy boy on his way in:
And afterwards, on his way to a group shot of all his classmates:
And the group shot itself, complete with a photo of parents taking photos.
Finally, a few random photos of our boy at school or waiting for the school bus in the morning, in regular school uniform.