Halloween is celebrated on 31st October.
People usually wear fancy costumes, tell scary stories and watch horror movies. Children dressed up as witches, skeletons, monsters or werewolves walk round the streets with trick-or-treat activities.
The houses are being decorated with pumpkins which carved in certain way are called jack-o'-lantern.
Sometimes Halloween is compared to our All Saints Day but our celebration is much serious and deeper if it comes to spiritual meaning.
The group of students organised Murder and Mystery game which was prepared during Culture Workshops.
Each student had a role to play. The whole story took place in our school where as we found out a certain person had been murdered.
Each person presented an alibi and a possible motive. All character were carrying some gadgets like knives, poisons etc.
The group was walking round the school telling the story in every classroom. The students could talk to the characters during breaks to get more information.
Each class decided who was a murderer and there weren't incorrect answers at all.
There were lots of little prizes.