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Sudbury pupils’ amazing work goes on display




Tudor Primary School pupils show off their art work at a new display in Sudbury Library.
Tudor Primary School pupils show off their art work at a new display in Sudbury Library.

Tudor Primary School in Sudbury visited Sudbury Library last week to help put up a colourful new art display to help brighten up the building.

The display will see the different primary schools in the town each get a chance to show off their work for a month, with Tudor Primary going first.

The school’s Key Stage 2 art enrichment group, which works with headteacher Liz Campbell on a Friday afternoon, designed and put up the display.

It shows off the artwork of the children who are all between Year 3 and Year 6. The group’s work features their recent focus on watercolours.

Trish Turner, a library and information advisor, said: “It’s amazing. Each pupil’s work is a little bit different, but the calibre is really good.

“We are really pleased to be able to display it.”



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