SETON Community Primary School in Staithes held their annual easter egg competition this week.
Children from all age groups transformed standard hens’ eggs into a variety of speggtacular creations.
Eggsamples included Count Dreggula, a bird of paradise, a mole in a hole and a complete football pitch.
Daniel Belsham (10), who won first prize in Class One, said:
“Mine is called ‘Begg Ben’. My mum was thinking of an idea with me and my little sister came in with this book and my mum said ‘why don’t you do Big Ben?’ so I did.”
Head teacher Rose Barningham said: “This is an annual event and every child takes part.
“We even have a class for parents and teachers which is well supported.
“All the eggs are decorated in school and the standard improves year on year.
“There are some fantastic creations and the judges always have an extremely difficult job on their hands.”
Each of the top three entrants received an easter egg as a prize and everyone agreed it was an eggstraordinary effort by all involved.