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Hats

NATIONAL HAT DAY 15th January

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NATIONAL HAT DAY

Year group fundraising day

Hang on to your hats and celebrate in style on Friday 15th January.
Children and teachers are invited to join millions of people around the world to participate in National Hat day 2016. Any hat will do... a hat for safety, religion, warmth or fashion. Just any kind of hat that you feel that you would like to wear. If you would like to join in, simply wear your hat to school all day, and hand in £1 to your class teacher. Your kind donation will go towards your own class fundraising funds.

Millions will participate in National Hat Day
Hats may be worn for safety and protection, religious reasons, ceremonial reasons, warmth or fashion.
In the Middle Ages, hats were an indicator of social status.
In the military, hats may denote ones nationality, branch of service, rank and/or regiment.
A Thebes tomb painting depicts one of the first pictorials of a hat .
Structured hats for women began to be worn in the late 16th century.
Millinery is the designing and manufacture of hats.
The term "milliner" derived from the city of Milan, Italy. The best quality hats were made in Milan in the 18th century.
Millinery began as traditionally a woman's occupation, as the milliner not only created hats and bonnets but also chose lace, trim and accessories to complete an outfit.
In the middle of the 1920�uro;�s, to replace the bonnets and wide brimmed hats, women began to wear smaller hats that hugged their heads.

Depending on where you live, if you are outside in the middle of a cold January, you may definitely want to wear a hat on National Hat Day!

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