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28 March 2012
April Fool’s Day
Sunday is the 1st of April, which is known more commonly as April Fool’s Day.
On this day you should play a prank (practical joke) on someone. Like changing the time on someone’s watch or changing your birthday on Facebook!
Please keep your jokes safe, however!
Today is the warmest 26th March since rec-ords began!
But this March hasn’t come close to the hottest-ever March in 1968, which was a staggering 25°C.
The competition is still running until 5th April. All you have to do is tweet us a picture of you and a giant egg from the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt! You could win some fabulous Bloomsbury prizes!
Do they celebrate Easter in your country? How?
Tell us on twitter: @BloomsburyInt.
The school will be closed for two days over Easter: Friday 6th April and Monday 9th April. These days are also bank holidays, so many businesses will also be closed.
Also be sure to check if your travel arrangements will be affected over Easter on the TFL website, because there will be work on many lines in the London rail network.
The school will be closed for Good Friday, 6th of April, and Easter Monday, the 9th of April.
Tips for improving your English
Hi, I'm Céaman. I write the newsletter and this week I wanted to share some tips with you.
I'm an avid (passionate) language learner. And I have been trying to learn Spanish recently. So I watch English television with Spanish subtitles. This has helped me learn some new words and improve my reading a lot!
So if you want to improve your reading, watch one of your favourite programmes from your country with English subtitles.
If you want to improve your listening and reading do it a little bit differently: watch English programmes with English subtitles.