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In Albania, mothers’ day is celebrated on the 8th March. This is a very important day in our school calendar, as we celebrate those very special people who do so much for us.

In our primary school, there are several activities – this year, we produced a beautiful book of poetry and illustrations to give to our mothers.

Our youngest children in the foundation stage invited their mothers to a very special performance of singing, dance and storytelling, followed by refreshments on the balcony with their children.

Children in years 1 and 2 invited their mothers to a tea party, where the children served their mums with tea, coffee and delicious cakes and pastries. At the end of the tea party, there was a bunch of handmade paper flowers for each mum as well as a copy of our poetry book to take home.

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