Southsea pupils decorate eggs to support children’s charity

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PUPILS at a Southsea school have been putting their creative skills to the test in a bid to support a children’s charity.

Children at St John’s College have been raising money for charity Barnardo’s by decorating eggs.

As part of the national ‘Eggsiting Challenge’, children turned hard boiled eggs into an array of characters. They were asked to look after and decorate their egg during the half-term holiday.

They returned with their donation and their eggs ready to be judged. Winning students were presented with a Barnardo’s badge and a certificate.