Stu­dents get cre­ative for Easter de­sign com­pe­ti­tion

Macclesfield Express - - BUSINESS -

IN­FANT school pupils got into the spirit of Easter by hold­ing a spe­cial com­pe­ti­tion to end the term.

Stu­dents at Beech Hall School, in Tyther­ing­ton, were given the theme of rab­bits to cre­ate a con­test en­try. En­tries were dis­played in the en­trance hall and judged by the head­teacher James Allen.

Mr Allen had to pick a win­ner from de­signs that in­cluded rab­bit hats, sculp­tures, pic­tures and masks, but it was a Lego bunny, made by sev­enyear-old Chet Sedg­wick, that took first place.

He said: “All of our younger pupils did an ex­cel­lent job de­sign­ing their rab­bit-themed en­try.

“It was a lot of fun and a great way to end the term. They all showed how won­der­fully cre­ative they are and they all de­serve recog­ni­tion for their hard work.”

Emma Preg­nall, aged three, took sec­ond for her Easter bunny bas­ket and Mad­die Par­tridge, aged six, came third with her pom­pom bunny.

Pre-prep three pupils, Austin O’Con­nor, Rory Kaye and Lily New­some also re­ceived choco­late bun­nies for their de­signs.

Seven-year-old Chet Sedg­wick’s Lego de­sign was cho­sen as the win­ner

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