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Creative challenge at St Felix

PUBLISHED: 15:57 28 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:54 06 July 2010

YEAR Four pupils at Saint Felix School, Reydon, near Southwold, have completed this term's creative challenge to design a young child's soft book, as part of their design and technology lessons.

YEAR Four pupils at Saint Felix School, Reydon, near Southwold, have completed this term's creative challenge to design a young child's soft book, as part of their design and technology lessons.

Following World Book Day the pupils incorporated ideas from children at the school's nursery department in to their literary creations.

When the books were complete, Year four read their stories to the nursery children in what was a very successful and enjoyable storybook session.

Children from the school have been busy making their Easter Bonnets, in time for their Easter Bonnet Parade.

Flowers, eggs and fluffy chicks were just a few things used to make their special creations. The parade will allow all children from aged one to seven, to show off their masterpieces to their families, who will attend the event held in Saint Felix's 200-seat Silcox Theatre.

Saint Felix held its Suffolk Coastal Question Time on Monday - the first major event organised by the school's politics society, The Booth.

Constituents of the Suffolk Coastal area, pupils and staff of Saint Felix attended the free event, which took place in the schools Silcox Theatre.

Five prospective parliamentary candidates formed the panel - Adam Leeder of Labour; Therese Coffey of the Conservatives; Daisy Cooper of the Liberal Democrats; Rachel Fulcher of the Green Party, and Professor Stephen Bush of UKIP.

Chairman for the evening was David Tarawali, head boy at Saint Felix and also president of the Booth Society.

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