Infants get creative to win penguins

Monday 19th December 2016 12:00 pm

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YOUNGSTERS at Petersfield Infant School have been getting very creative.

The occasion was a competition run by High Street-based estate agent Henry Adams which challenged the young pupils to design a new home for penguins Iggy and Looey.

And the children could draw any kind of home to be in with a chance of winning the two toy penguins. There were also runners-up prizes in each year group.

The winning designs were announced during the next assembly, and the winning entries were proudly displayed for all to see. They are also on show in Henry Adams’ window.

Infant school headteacher Mrs Lee said: “The designs were so creative and the children had such fun thinking up exciting places for penguins to live!”

The winning young designers are pictured.


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