Over the Easter holidays the children have been decorating eggs and on Tuesday at assembly we will be presenting prizes for the most attractive design and the best representation of the meaning of Easter at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Here are a few of the beautiful designs the children have made.
One egg didn't quite make it to the judging but there is a story about that which I will tell at the end of this post, but have a look at some of the eggs first:
KEY STAGE TWO
KEY STAGE ONE
The egg that didn't make it got broken in school. Instead there was a note that said 'Simeon broke my egg but I have forgiven him.'
It was a shame the egg didn't make it, but that the author of that note, one of the younger children in the school, had really got the true meaning of Easter. Brilliant.