Easter Eggs

Today, in our English Corner in the Primary Hall we celebrate the English Tradition of Easter Eggs or Pace Eggs. The word ‘pace’ comes from ‘paschal’, the Latin name for Easter.

In England, some common Easter symbols are eggs, bunnies, chicks and flowers. People often decorate eggs, make cards and crafts, and go on egg hunts at Easter.

Our team of dedicated English conversation assistants decorated the English corner with giant colourful Easter eggs with interesting facts about Easter for the children to learn about the different celebrations around the world.

On 1st and 2nd day they did an Easter egg hunt around the school. Firstly, they had to collect different quantities and coloured eggs and then they had to find Easter eggs, hidden around the school with different questions about the celebration.