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Please enjoy the photos of the children working on the willow wren that will be installed at the front of school in the very near future. It is an amazing creation.

The children worked alongside the very talented Sarah Hayes, who taught them how to twist the willow to create the large sculpture. The children also had the opportunity to make small willow wrens and dragonflies. These will be on display in the school hall.

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