Fabulous Easter Bonnets

This year’s Easter Bonnet Parade was a great success! The children had been busy making bonnets in advance and completed their finishing touches on Thursday morning, before watching and cheering as their friends paraded their creative designs (for safety, bubbles were kept separate but parallel year group classes were able to watch).

Mr Pearson said: ‘’Our Easter bonnet parade normally takes place outside, but due to the poor weather this year it was an indoor event. This did not dampen enthusiasm for the bonnet parade and the entries were of a high standard.

“It was lovely to see the time and effort students had taken. The parade is a tradition at Harriers and a great way to end term and start the annual Easter break.’’

All of the children received small eggs from the school (including a dairy free alternative), and class winners, chosen by the class teachers, received larger prize eggs. It was a fun way to round off the term, ready for the Easter holidays!

See the Banbury Guardian report here.

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