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As part of this year's Schoolsfest, schools are invited to contribute artwork based on the theme 'Faith, Hope and Charity' to be displayed in the Museum in Nantwich.

Last year, we did a whole school project: 'Family of hands'. Some of the artwork can be seen around school.

This year, two children from Bases 3, 4 and 5 have be chosen for their creative and artistic skills to represent the school. They have prepared three separate pieces of artwork; one based on the word 'faith', one on the word 'hope', one on the word 'charity'.

Well done to Harley, Jemma, Justina, Matthew, Harry and Molly for their creativity and the work they have put in this week.

You can see two of the finished canvasses here; we hope you like them! Even better, go and see all three of them, in the museum on display, from later this week through to Schoolsfest.

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