Decorated pebbles installed in Nailsea school path

PUBLISHED: 09:00 27 July 2019

Pupils of Grove Junior School decorated pebbles and have added them to a path to celebrate their uniqueness.    
Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Pupils of Grove Junior School decorated pebbles and have added them to a path to celebrate their uniqueness. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Children from a Nailsea school have decorated pebbles which have been installed in a path as a reminder that everyone is unique.

Pupils of Grove Junior School decorated pebbles and have added them to a path to celebrate their uniqueness.    
Picture: MARK ATHERTONPupils of Grove Junior School decorated pebbles and have added them to a path to celebrate their uniqueness. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Pupils from The Whiteoak Academies of Hannah More Infants and and Grove Juniors have been studying Linda Kranz's book, Only One You, which celebrates how everybody is unique and can make a difference in the world.

Children added their designs to pebbles of different shapes and sizes to represent their individuality.

The Whiteoak Way Schools Association provided the resources and 10 volunteers set the pebbles in the ground, with the expert help of two dads, Andy Harrison and Paul Watson.

A school spokesman said: "It's been a wonderful project for bringing the school together.

Pupils of Grove Junior School decorated pebbles and have added them to a path to celebrate their uniqueness.    
Picture: MARK ATHERTONPupils of Grove Junior School decorated pebbles and have added them to a path to celebrate their uniqueness. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

"The pebbles are all unique and a reminder to the children that each of us is unique too."


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