Decorative designs sent to Ugandan school

PUBLISHED: 20:00 08 March 2015

Pupils and teachers with the wall hangings

Pupils and teachers with the wall hangings

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Key stage two pupils at Yeo Moor Primary School have created wall hangings depicting a traditional Ugandan tale.

Art teachers and members from Clevedon School sixth form also helped out with the designs which tell the story of How the Crane got its Crown.

The year six students then taught the story to the rest of the school as part of a vertical learning WOW day.

During the half-term break the hangings were taken to Yeo Moor’s link school, St Kizito in Mbale, Uganda, where they will be displayed in the new dining room that Yeo Moor helped to fund.


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