Nursery children celebrate Easter

This year, the Nursery children at St George’s Junior School, Weybridge have helped to tell the Easter story with props hidden inside eggs. The children have also taken part in an Easter bonnet parade, wearing the bonnets they had made at home and cheered on by all the children in the Lower Years.

The Easter Bunny visited the school and the children enjoyed their Easter egg hunt down on the field. What fun was had by all!

After the egg hunt everyone gathered in the Rainbow Room where Mrs Disher read us a story about a Mummy Duck who had lost her eggs. The children then sang a special song for Mrs Disher and Mrs Rolon, “Life is a Wonderful Thing”.

All these wonderful activities have helped the children to understand the Easter Story and the significance of Easter Eggs. As well as experiencing the excitement of the Easter Bunny, the children were happy to share their enjoyment with all the Lower Years children whilst parading past The Ark in their Easter Bonnets. Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 all waved and cheered as the Nursery walked by. 

1 April 2016

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