More than 200 pieces of art went on display at Palgrave Primary School last month, at an event described as a success by its headteacher.
The exhibition was organised by teaching assistant Lisa Davey, and the art created by the pupils was based on works by famous artists like Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso and Paul Klee. Around 150 parents, pupils and village residents visited the exhibition and were impressed by the variety and quality of the works on display.
Head teacher Andrew Berry said: “Art is an important element of the school curriculum and allows children to use their imagination. The success of the exhibition was largely due to the energy and enthusiasm of Lisa Davey, who has brought out the innate artistic ability of the children to produce a colourful and imaginative collection of artworks.
“The show was greatly enjoyed by all the visitors.”
Pictured are pupils Olivia Kingston and Lana Whittleston.