Pupils at Gosberton House School have created colourful creatures from recycled materials to form a sculpture trail at the school.
The sculptures were inspired by characters or scenes from the pupils’ favourite books.
Teacher Lee Gregory said: “We used old wellies, plastic bottles, plant pots and lots more recycling materials. All the children and staff had a wonderful time creating their masterpieces.
“On Friday afternoon our children’s families were invited to explore the sculpture trail. Near each sculpture we had a copy of the book and a seat where people could sit to read the story. Families enjoyed exploring the school grounds looking for them.”
The sculptures will be on display at the school during the summer term. The work forms part of the ‘learning through landscapes’ National School Grounds week.
The school is taking part in Lincolnshire Garden Trust Open School Garden event and the school gardens will be open on Sunday, July 6, 12-4pm. There will be tea, coffee cakes and plants on sale.