National Ice Cream Day at Hampton
This year’s National Ice Cream Day was a wonderful experience for pupils at Hampton School who were given a special ice cream treat by the Angel Berry team.
National Ice Cream Day became an official food holiday in 1984 when President Ronald Reagan of the United States declared the month of July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day.
Our pupils enjoyed several flavours of tasty, creamy ice cream; we seized the opportunity to explore the history of ice cream, as well as the manufacturing process through engaging presentations and activities. Ice cream is a significant part of childhood and our pupils were fascinated as they learned about it. Our pupils also took part in in several fun activities and drawing competitions. It was a joyful experience to watch them play, learn, and interact with their peers through their shared love of ice cream.
At Hampton School, we are so passionate about harnessing in-class and out-of-class activities to give our pupils the absolute best learning experiences. We are extremely proud of using this year’s National Ice Cream Day to create a memorable experience for our pupils.
Our special thanks go to the Angel Berry team for spending time with us to create happy memories our pupils will forever cherish.