The Riverbank Parent Council, very kindly, organised an Easter Egg Hunt of sorts, on Thursday afternoon.
Parents were invited to attend with their children and join in the fun. The children had to find Easte Eggs which had been pinned up around the school and in the courtyard. Each egg carried a letter and the children had to jot down the letters they found and then work out the scrambled egg….oops…. that should be scrambled letters. Once the ‘anagram’ had been solved, the children could claim an Easter Egg of the chocolate variety.
I am sure our Parent Council were encouraged to see so many parents and carers attending the event and the children certainly enjoyed themselves.
Thanks again, to the ladies of the Parent Council for organising such a fun end of term activity.
UNCRC / RRSA
Article 31 – Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.