PUPILS saw out the term with some wartime spirit and egg-cellent creativity.
The Year 3 children at Sebert Wood Primary School, in Bury St Edmunds, were dressed to impress in World War Two-style costumes to tie in with their studies on the conflict.
As part of the theme, they made their own gas mask boxes and enjoyed a tea party as well as games from the era.
Meanwhile, about half of pupils decorated hard boiled eggs for an Easter competition.
Designs included Queen Elizabeth and Star Wars character R2-D2.
Everyone who took part received a small chocolate egg while bigger eggs were handed out for the best designs to two pupils from each year group.
Each pupil paid £1 to enter and money raised will benefit the school.
A spokeswoman said: “They’ve had lots of good fun with both activities.”