Young artists earn praise for creative talent

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An art historian has praised the quality of the work of pupils at Terrington Hall School’s annual art exhibition.

The Year Three to Year Eight pupils submitted work across a wide range of styles, including watercolours, oil paintings, pencil drawings, pastels, charcoals, collages and batik.

The exhibition was organised by the school’s head of art Natalie Glen and art teacher Phil Magson.


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