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Wroughton Infants' bonnet parade

PUBLISHED: 11:42 16 April 2009 | UPDATED: 09:17 11 May 2010

Wroughton Infant School children participate in Easter bonnet parade.

Wroughton Infant School children participate in Easter bonnet parade.

PUPILS at Wroughton Infant School in Gorleston celebrated the end of term in style with an Easter bonnet parade.

Michael Hawkes, headteacher of Wroughton Junior School, came over to judge the best bonnet competition and one child from each class won a large Easter egg.

PUPILS at Wroughton Infant School in Gorleston celebrated the end of term in style with an Easter bonnet parade.

Michael Hawkes, headteacher of Wroughton Junior School, came over to judge the best bonnet competition and one child from each class won a large Easter egg.

Last week, the school held an Easter coffee afternoon raising a fantastic £602.36, some of which was used to buy every child an Easter egg to take home.


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