Banavie pupils get cre­ative for Easter

The Oban Times - - Lochaber Times -

BANAVIE Pri­mary School pupils got cre­ative with their Easter cel­e­bra­tions when they took part in a Hats and Eggs com­pe­ti­tion run by the pupil coun­cil.

Work­ing at home, some made Easter bon­nets fea­tur­ing bun­nies and chicks and other spring de­signs. Other chil­dren made tableaus us­ing real eggs. Keen young skier Drew Drys­dale, right, made one en­ti­tled ‘Neg­gis Range’, com­plete with an egg on skis care­fully ne­go­ti­at­ing a snowy moun­tain slope.

The en­tries were judged by the man­ager of the Caol Co- op, which supplied the Easter egg prizes, and Ains­ley Burns. The chil­dren then had a spe­cial Easter As­sem­bly to round off the fes­tiv­i­ties. Head teacher Max­ean Dun­ham said: ‘It is al­ways amaz­ing to see the qual­ity of de­sign and the in­ven­tive­ness of the chil­dren in all as­pects of the com­pe­ti­tion.’

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