Pupils at Nailsea primary design school mural
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Pupils in Nailsea have designed their school’s wall art display after winning a competition.
St Francis’ Primary School students took part in a competition to have their colourful designs on show which are now displayed in the school’s courtyard.
Pupils who won are pictured above with the vice chairman of governors at St Francis, Pauline Tillet – who helped make the children’s designs a reality.
A spokesman for the school said: “There was a huge response and it was a difficult job to pick the winners.
“The art work has now been put onto the walls of the courtyard in the centre of the school and the children are enjoying having a brighter and more attractive area to learn in.”
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The winning designs included drawings of a butterfly, rainbow, and of children playing with kites on a beach.
St Francis teaches children aged from four up to 11 years old.
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