As is customary many of our LSI schools celebrated Easter this year with the eternally popular Easter Egg hunts around the school. This year however LSI London Hampstead decided to add even more fun and hilarity to the proceedings by turning it into a race.
Students were asked to assemble in the garden grouped in their classes and the rules were then announced. Each class or ‘team’ had 10 minutes to find as many tiny eggs as they could hidden somewhere around the garden with the winning team receiving a special prize. During ten minutes of mayhem, around 50 teachers, students and staff rushed around the garden with the occasional collision, ferreting around in bushes, clambering up trees and delving through the bins to root out the chocolaty treasures.
Way in the front with an amazing 42 eggs, the winning team was led by teacher James Butcher. The special winners’ prize? An even bigger chocolate Egg!