GALLERY: Bonnets galore as Rackham students celebrate all-things Easter

PUBLISHED: 22:54 12 April 2014 | UPDATED: 22:54 12 April 2014

Rackham school, Witchford. Had an Easter bonnet  competition. Pupils from the school with their Winning Easter bonnets. Picture: Steve Williams.

Rackham school, Witchford. Had an Easter bonnet competition. Pupils from the school with their Winning Easter bonnets. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Easter bonnets took centre stage at Rackham Primary School, in Witchford, on Friday as pupils marked the start of the holidays.

Every class was handed a set of materials at the start of the day and challenged to come up with the school’s best-looking bonnet.

Pupils beavered away at their creations for most of the day until, after lunch, each class voted for a winner and prizes were handed out.

There was also a competition held to decorate an Easter egg for the Year 6 pupils, who were able to take their eggs home for the half-term holidays.

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