School puts on Valentine’s Day sleepover for pupils

PUBLISHED: 21:45 18 February 2015 | UPDATED: 21:45 18 February 2015

Valentine's Day at Great Easton Primary School.

Valentine's Day at Great Easton Primary School.

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Youngsters probably enjoyed Valentine’s Day more than their parents this year following a fun-packed sleepover at their school.

Once again Great Easton Primary School swung open its doors and welcomed pupils to spend the night on Saturday while their families enjoyed some quiet time.

Entertainment for the evening included beanbag football, a treasure hunt around the school, watching films and listening to stories. Nobody went hungry as the children enjoyed food from Domino’s Pizza and plenty of midnight feasts – mostly held before midnight.

In the morning they dined like royalty with a selection of sweets and chocolates, and toast for those who wanted something more traditional.

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