MORE than 300 pieces of artwork by children from a school in Worthing were recently exhibited for their parents.
Students from Lyndhurst First School, in Lyndhurst Road, Worthing, had their work professionally framed and mounted, and displayed in their school hall.
Treena Rolfe, year two teacher and exhibition organiser, said: “We did one a few years ago which was popular so we decided to do it again.
“The children were very excited by the exhibition, it was very noisy and exciting in the afternoon.”
Each year-group had a different theme to work around.
Reception children focused on sea creatures, year one’s looked at Banksy, year two’s focused on the pop-art style of Andy Warhol and the year three’s studied Austrian painter Gustav Klimpt.
The school holds the Artsmark – a status that demonstrates the school values the arts and culture.
Mrs Rolfe said the school was ‘very lucky’ that head teacher Mrs South championed the arts.