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Hornchurch infant school holds art exhibition, Easter bonnet parade and celebrates ‘good’ Ofsted rating

PUBLISHED: 15:00 02 April 2018

Pupils at Langtons Infant School showing off some of their artwork at their annual Art Show.

Pupils at Langtons Infant School showing off some of their artwork at their annual Art Show.

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Before breaking up for the Easter holidays, a primary school was delighted to hold a one-day art exhibition.

Langtons Infant School putting on their Easter parade.Langtons Infant School putting on their Easter parade.

Langtons Infant School, Westland Avenue, Hornchurch, welcomed families to see some of the children’s artwork hung proudly in its learning resources room.

The children’s pieces of art were of different animals from mini-beasts to safari wildlife, which were created using their handprints as well as sequins and glitter to make their work even more special.

An Easter parade showing off the pupils’ homemade bonnets was then held in the hall and those who had the best bonnets won an Easter egg.

The school has also received a good Ofsted rating having previously been labelled as requires improvement.

Pupils at Langtons Infant School showing off some of their artwork at their annual Art Show.Pupils at Langtons Infant School showing off some of their artwork at their annual Art Show.

Reception teacher and event organiser Megan Forster said: “It was a great day, all of the children loved showing off their art and their bonnets in the parade.

“We’ve been working hard for the past two years so we are delighted to be rated good.”

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