Clevedon primary school pupils celebrate artistic success
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Mary Elton Primary School pupils have won prizes for creating pictures inspired by Clevedon Pier.
As part of North Somerset Arts Week, the children were challenged to create pieces in a variety of categories.
Headteacher Dean Hudd said: “We are so proud of our pupils.
“We regularly encourage them to enter competitions.
“They have done tremendously well.”
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The school has also rewarded pupils’ good behaviour by allowing them to enjoy biscuits and squash with Mr Hudd.
The Star Behaviour scheme will see pupils who have demonstrated extra effort or consistently behave well given the chance to meet with the headteacher on the final day of term.
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Teacher Cheryl Brown said: “At Mary Elton, we believe that children deserve to be praised for their positive behaviour and attitudes.
“We also feel that children should develop a sense of inner pride.”