Gallery: Pupils at Snape Primary School get creative for ‘perfect picnic’ exhibition

Pupils from Snape School get ready for an exhibition of their Mini Beast Sculptures

Pupils from Snape School get ready for an exhibition of their Mini Beast Sculptures - Credit: Archant

It is a summer tradition that has been enjoyed by children and their families for generations.

Now talented youngsters at Snape Primary School have been getting creative for a special exhibition on the “perfect picnic”. The work will be displayed at the nearby Friday Street Farm Shop from the end of this week until the beginning of September.

It includes everything from collages, paintings and poetry to prints, weaving and 3D models of giant bugs.

Art co-ordinator Ruth Wharrier said it was a great chance for the children’s work to be seen by a different audience. “Previously we have displayed work at Snape Maltings and Minsmere,” she said. “The theme always links to the local area. This time around we chose picnics because the children can think about local produce and what is sold at the farm shop.

“We always have a lot of very positive feedback.”


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