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Pupils proud of their heritage at St Michael’s CofE Academy in King’s Lynn

PUBLISHED: 13:36 17 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:52 17 July 2018

Borough Mayor Nick Daubney officially opened the exhibition with pupils at the school. Pictured at the front are Kreta (10) and Rafael (10). Picture: Ian Burt

Borough Mayor Nick Daubney officially opened the exhibition with pupils at the school. Pictured at the front are Kreta (10) and Rafael (10). Picture: Ian Burt

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Proud pupils showed how much they enjoyed learning about their town’s rich heritage with a special exhibition.

With a painting of the Southgate are Miriam (10) and Rafael (10). Picture: Ian BurtWith a painting of the Southgate are Miriam (10) and Rafael (10). Picture: Ian Burt

Every child at St Michael’s CofE Academy, in South Lynn, made an item for the display. There were King John Cups and Nelson hats, fairground rides and mayoral robes and models and illustrations of some of Lynn’s most famous buildings.

Emma Scarisbrick, headteacher at the 208-pupil school, said: “We started this at the end of June so we’ve done two or three weeks of work on it. All the children have been to a local museum or a place and they’ve done work ouside focussed on history.”

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Karlee (7). Picture: Ian BurtPupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Karlee (7). Picture: Ian Burt

Pupils organised the exhibition and wrote letters to guests including West Norfolk Mayor Nick Daubney.

“It’s a real joy to see something so well done,” he said. “it’s spectacular.”

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Shannah (8). Picture: Ian BurtPupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Shannah (8). Picture: Ian Burt

Pupils in black bow ties gave guests tours of the school before a buffet lunch.

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured are (L) Karens (9) and Kiran (8). Picture: Ian BurtPupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured are (L) Karens (9) and Kiran (8). Picture: Ian Burt

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Estreja (6). Picture: Ian BurtPupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Estreja (6). Picture: Ian Burt

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Kajus (6). Picture: Ian BurtPupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Pictured is Kajus (6). Picture: Ian Burt

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Picture: Ian Burt Pupils at St Michael's Primary School have opened an art exhibition based on the history of King's Lynn and west Norfolk. Picture: Ian Burt


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