Pupils hunt for chocolate treasure

PUBLISHED: 12:35 24 April 2012

Woodland treasure hunters with their chocolate eggs at Seaton Primary School

Woodland treasure hunters with their chocolate eggs at Seaton Primary School

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Seaton Primary School youngsters search for clues to win an egg

SUCCESS tasted sweet when pupils at Seaton Primary School went on a chocolate treasure hunt.

They had to find clues hidden around the in the school’s newly renovated woodlands, and answer a question which won them a chocolate egg, donated by the Seaton Co-Operative store.

Organised by the PTA, the egg hunt has become an annual treat for the pupils.

co-chairman Kath Mitchell said: “It was nice to see the children having so much fun and getting use out of the woodland area, which was recently cleared up by a parent volunteers and students.”


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