We usually have a festival of renewal and rebirth when we return to school after the Easter holidays, hunting for hidden eggs in our woodland, celebrating new life with special crafts, songs and stories. But this year was different. This strange experience of social distancing meant that we were not able to come back together after the holidays, the Easter Hare was unable to visit our woods, so instead we encouraged our families to do something different.  

This year, for our Easter festival, we asked everyone to go out into their gardens or local open space and create a piece of Land Art. Using only materials such as leaves, flowers, twigs and stones, our families created beautiful sculptures which echo the beauty of the Earth and the love that went into making them. Here are some images captured on that day: 

 

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Land Art 21 Land Art 1a

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