Great Yarmouth pupils win ‘Oscar’ for James Paget film

Youngsters from Southtown Primary School made a film about the life and times of Sir James Paget. Th

Youngsters from Southtown Primary School made a film about the life and times of Sir James Paget. The film is having its premiere at St Georges Theatre as part of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival.Year 3 pupils at the premiere.Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2015

Pupils from a Great Yarmouth school were glued to the big screen this week when a film they made had its premiere.

The Year 3 youngsters from Southtown Primary School worked with a local animator to produce ‘James Paget’, a film telling the eminent surgeon’s story.

The pupils lent their voices to the animation and carefully drew each of the scenes, and got to see their handiwork on the big screen at St George’s Theatre before being handed mini ‘Oscar’ awards for their efforts.

For the full story and more pictures see tomorrow’s Mercury.


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