To end our learning on the Sikhi faith, we celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi today. This festival began in 1699 and marks the creation of the first Khalsa Sikh community. We decorated our classroom with bunting, as would be done at a Gurdwara. We then learnt some Bhangra dancing along with creating some Mandala artwork. On the field, the children played some games which would typically be played by young sikhs, including versions of 'Duck, Duck, Goose' and 'Hide and Seek'. Finally, the children tasted some traditional Vaisakhi treats, notably naan bread and lassi, an Indian milkshake. The children have shown fantastic intrigue and respect throughout our Sikhism learning and this has been a wonderful way to bring it all together.