GALLERY: Park Lane Primary School pupils take part in Easter Bonnet Parade

11:02 07 April 2014

Park Lane School Whittlesey. Easter Bonnet Parade. Regan with his Egg bonnet. Picture: Steve Williams.

Park Lane School Whittlesey. Easter Bonnet Parade. Regan with his Egg bonnet. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Pupils donned eye catching headwear for their school’s Easter Bonnet Parade.

Park Lane School Whittlesey. Easter Bonnet Parade. Malachi with his Easter hat. Picture: Steve Williams.Park Lane School Whittlesey. Easter Bonnet Parade. Malachi with his Easter hat. Picture: Steve Williams.

Children and staff at Park Lane Primary School in Whittlesey wore colourful bonnets while the nursery school pupils received a visit from a special fluffy friend who handed out some Easter treats.

Lorraine Quince, Communications & IT Support co-ordinator at Park Lane Primary School and Nursery, said: “The Easter ‘egg-stravaganza’ is always an egg-citing time in school.

“We pride ourselves on combining learning with play and creativity. The Easter egg hunt in Nursery always has a community feel to it as younger brothers and sisters, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles all join in the fun.”

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