Trunks were a real treat

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

THE In­ter­na­tional School of WA (ISWA) cel­e­brated its 10th Halloween fes­ti­val Trunk or Treat, with 60 na­tion­al­i­ties com­ing to­gether for the event.

Prin­ci­pal Maria Coate said the school held the fes­ti­val as a way to cel­e­brate the dif­fer­ent cul­tures rep­re­sented at ISWA.

“This year each group dec­o­rated the trunk of a fam­ily car, which re­sulted in some pretty ‘scary’ trunks,” she said.

“We also hosted a fash­ion pa­rade, which showed off a wide range of out­fits from the cutest to the most orig­i­nal to the most spooky.

“Our stu­dents cer­tainly had a lot of fun, which is a vi­tal part of our school ethos to pro­vide a wel­com­ing, in­clu­sive com­mu­nity at­mos­phere.”

A lot of work went into mak­ing trunks as spooky as pos­si­ble.

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