Pupils have an eye for art

PUBLISHED: 13:51 26 January 2006 | UPDATED: 14:35 12 May 2010

Vicki Chapman and Stephanie Tuck taking part in a sculpture workshop

Vicki Chapman and Stephanie Tuck taking part in a sculpture workshop

PUPILS at Roysia Middle School in Royston turned crafty this week when they took part in an array of art workshops. As part of the school's annual art week, pupils got the chance to work with professional artists to make ceramics and sculptures, and try t

PUPILS at Roysia Middle School in Royston turned crafty this week when they took part in an array of art workshops. As part of the school's annual art week, pupils got the chance to work with professional artists to make ceramics and sculptures, and try their hand at print-making and felt-making. School spokeswoman Elaine Stamford said: "During the week the pupils got the opportunity to work with professional artists to learn what their work involves, to try different techniques, and to make links with artistic traditions and cultures. "The pupils really enjoy the week and turned out wonderful things, which is a credit to the skills they learn.


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