Pupils’ French art on display at windmill
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Art work inspired by the French is bringing colour to Dereham Windmill.
One hundred and thirty pupils from Dereham Northgate High School have set up a French art exhibition at the windmill.
The year 7 pupils have created French-inspired art works and also have written their gallery descriptions and artists' biographies in French.
The exhibition adorns the walls of the Grade 2 listed windmill.
The exhibition will remain open throughout March on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, from 10am until 4pm.
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Entry is £2.50.
The school aims to give pupils the opportunity to use their French for real communications and has previously received international awards for its projects in modern foreign languages.
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