Y10 Health and Social Care students have gone egg crazy this week creating some amazing designs as part of research for their coursework on life events and how they impact an individual’s circumstances.

Course leader Ms Fallows was astounded by how many hours over the half-term break students have spent designing some egg-cellent creations to show off their grand efforts.

Their project involves the eggs going to all of their lessons for the whole week including after school activities and connects into the idea of parents / carers having to constantly think about and take responsibility for ‘someone’ else.

The competition has commenced as they compete for the best top 3 dressed eggs, best name and most loyal and committed egg parent.

At the end of the week each group will reflect, provide feedback and photographic evidence of how this life event has impacted their hectic teenage schedule.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “The Health & Social Care course is so valuable as we look towards an aging population and this fun activity very much carries a serious message. There have been a couple of mishaps – even a fatal tragedy in one lesson – but the commitment and care shown has generally proved egg-stroadinary.”