Coastal feel comes to Wath school

By Michael Upton | 05/02/2018

Coastal feel comes to Wath school
Seen with the finished work (left to right) are: Reece Glossop (9), Alexa Bramhall (8), Daniel Bell (8) and Evie Arundel (8). 180116-2

YOU don’t find a lighthouse in many schools, but a red-and-white-striped coastal feature has popped up in a corridor in Wath.

Year 3 and 4 pupils at Wath Victoria Primary School have been working with artist Peter Baldry to create themed reading spaces around the school.

The seaside feel extends to paintings of beach huts, with beach mats laid out for children to sit on while leafing through a good book.


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