Shaun the Sheep gets a makeover

PUBLISHED: 09:41 14 July 2015 | UPDATED: 09:41 14 July 2015

Pupils showing off their woolly Shaun the Sheep statue.

Pupils showing off their woolly Shaun the Sheep statue.

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Shaun the Sheep had a makeover in Portishead on July 7, as children at High Down Infant School got a bit creative.

The children in the nursery and reception classes added their own fingerprints to the model, which was purchased by the school’s parent staff association.

The year one children added woollen plaits and the year two pupils gave Shaun some pom-poms to ensure he had a unique look.

The school wanted to allow as many children as possible to take part and also to support Bristol Children’s Hospital by purchasing the sheep sculpture.


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