Pupils get to the art of the matter

PUBLISHED: 12:26 23 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:05 11 May 2010

Pupils from Petersfield School with their giraffes

Pupils from Petersfield School with their giraffes

AFRICAN animals invaded a village school last week for an art exhibition. The exhibition at Petersfield School in Orwell showcased artwork created by children from two of the school s classes – swallows and woodpeckers. As well as paintings depicting wild

AFRICAN animals invaded a village school last week for an art exhibition.

The exhibition at Petersfield School in Orwell showcased artwork created by children from two of the school's classes - swallows and woodpeckers.

As well as paintings depicting wildlife scenes, pupils made clay models, and sculptures of giraffes.

The work was showcased at an exhibition before the end of term for parents and friends.


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