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St Nicholas Middle School

PUBLISHED: 16:08 10 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:15 03 July 2010

St Nicholas Middle School

St Nicholas Middle School

YEAR 5 pupils at St Nicholas Middle School have been busy building a model city of London, using junk materials taken in from home, such as cereal packets, tin foil, cardboard, newspaper etc.

YEAR 5 pupils at St Nicholas Middle School have been busy building a model city of London, using junk materials taken in from home, such as cereal packets, tin foil, cardboard, newspaper etc. The children worked in teams and built realistic-looking models of well known attractions including Big Ben, Tower of London, London Eye and Millenium Dome. The project was part of their topic work, “Is Britain Great?”

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