North Walsham school’s model town
Children at a North Walsham primary school have been getting creative - making a mini-model of their town centre.
Reception and year one children from Millfield Primary School in North Walsham have been busy making a model town of North Walsham.
As part of their topic homework the children and their parents each picked a shop or landmark and made it at home.
Some of the models, such as the traffic lights and cars, were made in class with the help of staff.
The models were then assembled to recreate the town centre. The parents were invited to a special exhibition of the entire town scene, before the rest of the school were invited to come and admire the brilliant work.
Dawn Price from the school said: 'All of the children had great fun and were extremely proud of their work.'
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