Once again, St Peter and St Paul Church are inviting the children to create an Easter Garden at home. Similar to the Nativity scene at Christmas, an Easter Garden is the recreation of Christ’s tomb.
An Easter garden has three essential features: a mound with at least one cross to represent Calvary; a stone or stone structure to suggest the empty tomb; and lots of live greenery and flowers. Easter Gardens should be brought into school on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th March so the Faith Team can judge them on Wednesday 29th March.
The winning entry will be announced in Collective Worship on Thursday 30th March. We welcome individual entries or joint entries with siblings or friends! The gardens will be taken over to St Peter and St Paul’s Church on Thursday 30th March where they will be on display over the Easter period.