East End Primary School Celebrates Easter

March 27, 2016

On Thursday, March 23, 2016, East End Primary School students participated in a day of learning about traditional Bermuda Easter activities.

This included a demonstration on the art of making fish cakes, learning about the true meaning of Easter and displaying homemade Easter baskets and hats. The hats and baskets, along with decorated eggs, were also part of a school-wide competition.

EEP Easter 2016 1

In addition to this, the Department of Corrections treated the students and staff to a complimentary lunch of fish cakes, hot cross buns and lemonade. The highlight of their visit was having officers assist students in the art of traditional kite making.

For some students, this was their first kite making experience and the results were nothing short of commendable. Seven lucky students received Bermuda kites from the Department of Corrections.

EEP Easter 2016 2

The day culminated with an Easter egg hunt and kite flying – enjoyed by students, staff and family members who joined the celebrations.

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  1. Wonderful pictures of Bermuda’s students diligently at work completing their kites.
    What a BEAUTIFUL, connected sight.

  2. Helen Nicole says:

    A great Easter day. I eat a lot of chocolate. the plump eggs. This year I do it all by yourself. my mother is very happy. great. Happy Easter!