Primary schoolchildren recreate brilliant UK landmarks

PUBLISHED: 14:00 22 May 2017

Pupils from Bournville Primary School created the landmarks of the UK. Picture: Eleanor Young

Pupils from Bournville Primary School created the landmarks of the UK. Picture: Eleanor Young

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Weston-super-Mare primary schoolchildren showed off their hard work at an exhibition last month.

Key stage one pupils at Bournville Primary School, in Selworthy Road, ended the spring term with an exhibit to show off the UK’s best landmarks.

The event was inspired by the book The Queen’s Handbag written by Steve Anthony, which the students had been reading in class.

The story follows a naughty swan who steals the monarch’s handbag.

The Queen chases after the bird, passing some important UK sights – such as Stonehenge, Giants Causeway and the Angel Of The North – along the way.

Students worked together to recreate the landmarks and displayed them in the school hall.

The children took visitors on a trip around the UK and told them everything they knew about each landmark.

A school spokesman said: “We had a lot of enthusiastic visitors and we had a lot of really good feedback.”

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