ONE hundred was the magic number for pupils in Bognor Regis.
It was 100 brilliant days of school pupils and staff of Edward Bryant Primary School commemorated.
To mark the milestone the entire school turned February 22 into a festive day centred around the number 100, with creativity and fun firmly on the agenda in the classroom and on the playground. Organiser and year four teacher Mrs Maxwell, said “It also rewarding for the children to know that they have made a difference to less fortunate members of our community.”
Each year group was given a choice of activities, which included trying to create sculptures out of 100 marshmallows and toothpicks, making necklaces with 100 cheerios, naming 100 sports, and researching events which happened 100-years-ago.
Others made 100 shaped glasses, wrote poems with a 100 theme and made time capsules to open next September.