I had seen this area of the school filled with water and formed a plash when it rained and the children would splatter on it at breaktime. Now that it’s winter the water turned into ice and hard enough to let the children bring their ice skates and perform on ice. Some like to play hockey while others just want to glide with their shoes. This is better than playing with water, I guess, though I know that some children love to play on a plash. It will take some time before the ice melts perhaps enough to make the children long for a dry ground.
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That is awesome, in the states they probably wouldn’t let the kids play on the ice for fear of being sued if anyone hurt themselves. Its nice to see that over-protectiveness hasn’t taken its hold on everything. I only wish our winter here wasn’t so warm, it seems we wont be getting any snow or ice this season.
I think it’s one way to let the students out to get fresh air after being in the classrooms. And there are some teachers assigned to look after them. Yes, it can be dangerous but I haven’t heard any incidents leading to the school being sued. Not yet 🙂
Its really very cool. Childrens will enjoy and keep their mind relax in that season.