CHILDREN from Dudley Infant School spent many hours of hard work making their Easter bonnets before breaking up for the holidays.
The pupils then paraded around the school, wearing their creations, in front of proud mums and dads.
Alison Day, deputy headteacher at Dudley Infant School, said: “Parents and pupils were busy over a couple of weeks creating amazing hats to wear for our Easter parade. The children designed and made their own bonnets at home and showed them off in a special assembly. At the end of the day they paraded around the school for parents and visitors to admire their colourful creations.
“The POD (Parents of Dudley) sponsored this event enabling all pupils to have a chocolate Easter treat following the parade.”