Easter eggs and bon­nets brighten St Columba’s

The Oban Times - - Districts -

ST COLUMBA’S Pri­mary School, Fort Wil­liam, held its an­nual Easter egg and bon­net com­pe­ti­tion last Fri­day.

Sis­ter Diane Moore, from St John’s Church, and parish­ioner Claire Mac­Don­ald were the judges this year and had a dif­fi­cult job pick­ing the win­ners.

Chil­dren from nurs­ery to pri­mary seven were chal­lenged to dec­o­rate eggs or cre­ate Easter bon­nets at home.

A school spokesper­son said: ‘The chil- dren came up with some lovely ideas. The en­tries were of a very high stan­dard and the chil­dren did a fan­tas­tic job cre­at­ing un­usual en­tries. One did the Ja­co­bite steam train with egg peo­ple, an­other did the Alice in Won­der­land tea party. Some cre­ated stones with the boiled eggs to cre­ate Je­sus’ tomb.’

There were 14 win­ners on the day and some of the work will be show­cased in St John’s Church. Win­ners: Nurs­ery, Rubyn Lopez; P1, Tay­lor Lauder; P2, Dun­can MacFar­lane; P3, Asher John­ston; P4, Bradley Monk; P5, Lexi Lauder; P6, Bella Macfar­lane and P7, So­phie Lopez.

Easter bunny prizes went to: Él­ize Lopez, Natalie Byrne, Aaron MacLel­lan and Cal­lum MacLean. The Sis­ter Diane prize went to Gra­cie Hen­der­son and Fa­ther Roddy’s prize was won by Darcy Bradley. For more pho­to­graphs visit www.lochaber­times.co.uk

Pho­to­graph: Abright­side Pho­tog­ra­phy.

Some of the St Columba’s chil­dren with their bon­nets.

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