Cracking Easter fun for pupils

Pupils in Coningsby enjoyed some ‘egg-scellent’ entertainment before their Easter holidays
Coningsby St Michaels pupils with their eggs.Coningsby St Michaels pupils with their eggs.
Coningsby St Michaels pupils with their eggs.

​Housebuilder Chestnut Homes has been working alongside pupils at Coningsby St. Michael's C of E Primary School to create some special, hand-crafted decorations.

The pupils, aged four to 11 years old, were tasked with decorating 30 hanging Easter eggs, donated by Chestnut Homes, however they pleased, and these eggs have taken pride of place on a tree at the school’s library.

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Coningsby St. Michaels Head of School Sandy Khanna has thanks Chestnut Homes, and said: “As a Church of England primary school, Easter is a time of celebration for us, so we’d like to thank Chestnut Homes for asking us to take part in this project.

"We hope this will be the start of a great partnership for us in the future.”

Helene Key, sales manager at Chestnut Homes, said: “Being an active part of the communities we build within is central to who we are, and our local schools are an essential part of every area.

"Plus, these students are the future of Lincolnshire and have amazing imaginations and talents that are always worthy of celebrating.

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“Many of our residents at Kings Manor in Coningsby attend these schools, so it’s lovely to be able to work with them on this special project.

“We’d like to thank the students at Coningsby St Michael’s for taking part and creating some egg-stra special decorations to celebrate Easter.”

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