Halloween Tribe Special! Part Two…

Q: Do you like pumpkin pie? Jennyfer Jewell (ELLIE): “Actually I’ve never tried it! It’s more of an American thing”. Michelle Ang (TAISAN): “I’ve never tried it… but I don’t think so!!! Pumpkin in a pie??? Nah!!”. Dwayne Cameron (BRAY): “It’s okay but I prefer blueberry pie”. Ari Boyland (K.C): “To be honest I have … Continue reading Halloween Tribe Special! Part Two…

Halloween Tribe Special! Part One…

We had a chat to some of the cast members to see what they thought of Halloween! And there are some photos here of the Tribe cast members in Halloween gear to check out… who do you recognise?… Q: What does Halloween mean to you? Jennyfer Jewell (ELLIE): “Candy, parties, all my mates dressing up … Continue reading Halloween Tribe Special! Part One…

Christmas and The Tribe

Mince pies… Santa Claus… the birth of Jesus… songs like “We wish you a merry Christmas” and “The First Noel”… These are all famous aspects of Christmas in the real world today in the year 2000. But what would Christmas be like in the world of the Tribe, how would it differ from the real … Continue reading Christmas and The Tribe

Easter in Tribeworld…

Easter. It means many things to many people – everything from the resurrection of Jesus to chocolate eggs, from little spring chickens to the fabled Easter Bunny and his basket of eggs. But what would Easter be like in Tribeworld? This worldview article takes a look at Easter in Tribeworld… COLD HOT CROSS BUNS? We … Continue reading Easter in Tribeworld…

Birthdays Part 3

THE HISTORY OF STAR SIGNS There are many people who live their day to day lives by their horoscopes. These people look in the newspaper every day or actually go and visit astrologists to see what their horoscopes say before they can get on with their normal lives. Star signs have been around for many … Continue reading Birthdays Part 3

Birthdays in Tribeworld – Part 2

This week we take a look at the various ways that people around the world celebrate their birthdays and how to say “happy birthday” in different languages. TRADITIONS Lex tries to disguise himself for a party! Africa – more often than not it seems as if there is an initiation ceremony for children when they … Continue reading Birthdays in Tribeworld – Part 2

Worldview on Birthdays

Some religions do not believe in the celebration and people in some walks of life have no cause for such a celebration. Some families or cultures celebrate their special day in a very different way to other families or cultures. This grubby group seem to have had a paint party! Would tribal people celebrate birthdays? … Continue reading Worldview on Birthdays

Halloween

This week we take a look at all things spooky, scary and spine tingling!” Fair is foul and foul is fair. Hover through the fog and filthy air.” Shakespeare, Macbeth THE HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN It is said that the celebration of Halloween first began around 2000 years ago with the Celts. Celtic people celebrated their … Continue reading Halloween

Thanksgiving

A special holiday is held in America and Canada called Thanksgiving. The holiday falls at different times. The Canadian Thanksgiving holiday takes place on the second Monday in October. Americans celebrate their holiday on the fourth Thursday of November. WHERE DID IT ALL BEGIN? The cast get ready to celebrate Different countries and peoples have … Continue reading Thanksgiving

Bonfire Night

****Please scroll to the bottom of the page for the guide to safety around fireworks**** Remember remember the fifth of November, Gunpowder treason and plot, We see no reason Why gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot! THE BUILD UP The tradition of lighting bonfires on 5th November began on that night in 1605. A group … Continue reading Bonfire Night