Students get creative for Easter design competition
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