Sir John Nelthorpe School

Sir John Nelthorpe School

Great War Project

Students in the art department have designed a mural to stretch 21 metres alongside the site of the war memorial swimming pool. It is due to be unveiled in the summer.

The designs are now finished and will be on display in the crush hall at Wrawby site.

Textiles students are creating large wall-hangings based on postcards from the front-lines, while colleagues in Food Technology are investigating menus from the period.

In technology the new 3D printer is being put to good use helping GCSE students to create a scale model of the trenches.

Student volunteers have written a series of articles for Brigg Matters and we have been able to re-unite a lost medal with the family of its owner nearly 80 years after it went missing.

The culmination of the project will be the Remembrance Day weekend in November 2014, where the school is working closely with Brigg Town Council and the Royal British Legion to ensure that the sacrifice made 100 years ago is suitable remembered.

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