TALENTED schoolchildren created a range of colourful artworks which sold like hot cakes at a special one-off exhibition.
Almost 50 youngsters from reception class to year seven at The Waterloo School, Waterlooville, presented painted polysterene heads and framed pictures made out of marbles, felt and paper patchwork at the event. The children had spent a whole day working on their art pieces – and about 35 of them were bought by parents and members of the community for £7 each.
Anna Brown, headteacher of the special school, said: ‘I was so proud of the children. Their artworks were amazing – it was wonderful to be able to share them with the community.’