Glittery festive dragons fill the corridors of Corpusty Primary School

Corpusty Primary School dragons. Pupil James Love, 11.Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Corpusty Primary School dragons. Pupil James Love, 11.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

An unusual glittery display has filled the corridors at Corpusty Primary School, where instead of Santa and his elves, the children decorated festive dragons.

Corpusty Primary School dragons. Pupils Samuel Haynes, 7, and Josephine Bundock, 7.Picture: ANTONY K

Corpusty Primary School dragons. Pupils Samuel Haynes, 7, and Josephine Bundock, 7.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Each of the four classes, with children aged four to 11, decorated a dragon, which are displayed in the school's annual Christmas corridor.

Headteacher Pam Thompson said: 'We found some good dragon books and used them as a basis for our glittery display.

'Usually we do a Christmas theme but this year we decided to do something different. The children have loved it.'

Inspiration came from the upcoming display of Go Go Dragons in Norwich.


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