Easter smiles at Bishop Druitt College.
Easter smiles at Bishop Druitt College. Trevor Veale

Bonny bonnets

CLEVER cardboard creations topped the heads of Bishop Druitt College's Kindy to Year 2 students as they proudly paraded in the annual Easter Hat Parade yesterday.

Ellyse Walker said her favourite part of the process was attaching the nest to her hat to house the tiny chickens.

“I used colourful streamers and the chickens and their nest are on the paddock where they live,” she said.

Noah Chambers said his cardboard masterpiece took about 50 minutes to make.

“I used blue and white cardboard and cut- out pretend eyes. My favourite part was showing it to everyone in the parade.”



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