We had some ‘cracking’ entries for our recent House Competition, a plan ‘hatched’ by the History department to recreate historic moments using eggs.  The winner, earning 16 points for Liddell House was Marcell Kiraly’s creation of Winston Churchill.  Runner-up, for Assisi House was an egg-cellent display of Henry VIII and his six wives.  Liddell House took third and fourth place with an egg-citing recreation of the moon landings and a tribute to Rosa Parks.  Well done to all the students and staff who submitted these ‘egg-citing’ entries.  More photos on the History page.

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