‘Ugly’ bug ball staged at Trawden primary school

BEE-HAVING: Pupils dressed as bees during the end of term Ugly Bug Ball at Trawden Forest Primary School.'Photo Ben Parsons

BEE-HAVING: Pupils dressed as bees during the end of term Ugly Bug Ball at Trawden Forest Primary School.'Photo Ben Parsons

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There were some real-life looking creepy crawlies making their way to Trawden Forest Primary School on their last day before half term.

The children dressed up according to the theme “ugly bugs” although there were many beautiful butterflies, ladybirds and scary spiders on show.

Even the staff dressed for the occasion and together they all showed off their outfits at the Ugly Bug Ball to round off school term.

As a whole the school has been learning about wildlife and minibeasts.

Headteacher Shirley Christie said: “This was a culmination of a few weeks work all about minibeasts and wildlife.

“We rounded it off with the ball and we all had a fun day and exciting time learning about mini-beasts.”

The children also tried their hand at inventing a new species of bug and used boiled eggs to come up with their unusual designs.

The Rev. Jim Crawford judged the competition and declared Year 3 pupil Dominic Lawrence (7) as the overall winner for his creation.