Art exhibition celebrates pupil’s work
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Work produced by schoolchildren from Worle was put on display in an exhibition for parents and carers.
St Martin’s Primary School in Spring Hill opened its doors to families for its celebration of learning evening.
Work created in a variety of subjects was put on display, including science experiments and Roman shields.
A school spokesman said: “Children at St Martin’s School were proud to share their work, projects and successes this year.
“The children’s amazing artwork was displayed throughout the school.”
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There were also a number of activities available to take part in, and parents had a go at some of the lessons on offer.
They took part in archery and golf and other sports, and even had a go at pond-dipping.
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There was a silent auction, which raised money for St Martin’s football teams, as well as a barbecue and other refreshments.
Parents also looked at the plans for a new school library.