The pupils with their Arts Awards certificates and Sally Harrison of the South Holland Centre.

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A song and dance based on frogs and crocodiles was the highlight as talented schoolchildren worked on a special arts project.

Key stage two pupils from Weston Hills CofE Primary School enjoyed visits from artists as part of the START project they undertook in conjunction with the South Holland Centre last year.

As a result they received Arts Award certificates last week.

A spokesman for the school said: “The children worked alongside performance artists – Adriano Adewale and Carolina Paulino – to create a dance and song linked to frogs and crocodiles.

“In school they also created workbooks showcasing the research they had done.

“The project culminated in a wonderful performance to friends and family in the summer term 2019.”

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