Nursery children go on an egg hunt and parade colourful Easter bonnets

With Easter just around the corner, Nursery children at St George's Junior School celebrated with the delightfully fun and colourful annual Easter bonnet parade.

On Wednesday 21 March, the Nursery children got the chance to proudly show off their special homemade Easter bonnets, full of colour and creativity.

As the rest of the Junior School pupils, and the children's proud parents, gathered outside The Ark and The Rainbow Room, the Nursery boys and girls paraded their bonnets with enthusiasm and big smiles on their faces.

Some bonnets featured mini sheep, bunny rabbits and chicks emblazoned on them, others had mini eggs attached and all of the bonnets had bright colourful designs. It was a magnificent spectacle.

Once they had finished parading their bonnets, the children (and some rather excited parents!) were then given the opportunity to go on an Easter egg hunt and search the School Field in search of hidden eggs, that were then exchanged for tasty chocolate treats at the end. 

This activity, along with a whole host of other special Easter related events, has helped the children to understand the Easter story.

27 March 2018

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