Pupils’ artwork displayed at open day

An open day to celbrate Arts Week was held at Otterton primary school this week. Pictured are some o

An open day to celbrate Arts Week was held at Otterton primary school this week. Pictured are some of the year six pupils with their ukeleles and colourful Noah's Ark artwork. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exv 9045-23-13SH To order your copy of this photograph go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on MyPhotos24. - Credit: Archant

Children at Otterton C of E Primary School have been showing off their artistic talents at a school open day.

The event, which allowed parents and villagers to have a look around the school, gave the pupils the chance to showcase projects from their arts week.

Class one wrote a poem with music, class two wrote music about different animals, class three wrote a poem about Escot Park – which the whole school had visited for inspiration – and played recorders, and class four played ukuleles and made an animated film about Noah’s Ark.

Teacher Deborah Evans said: “It was just an opportunity for people to come and look around the school and see all the art work done during the week.”


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