When in Rome

Garton School ps1305-10c'Roman Architecture at Garton School Pictured by Pam Stanforth ps1305-10c'Bella, Henry, James, Molly - Pantheon

Garton School ps1305-10c'Roman Architecture at Garton School Pictured by Pam Stanforth ps1305-10c'Bella, Henry, James, Molly - Pantheon

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BUDDING architects at Garton School have been giving the Romans a run for their money with the help of a local artist.

Artist Caroline Key visited the school to help pupils recreate Rome’s historic buildings using recycled materials such as cardboard.

Garton School ps1305-10b'Roman Architecture at Garton School Pictured by Pam Stanforth ps1305-10b'Caroline Key (Artist), Willow, Natalie -

Garton School ps1305-10b'Roman Architecture at Garton School Pictured by Pam Stanforth ps1305-10b'Caroline Key (Artist), Willow, Natalie -

The youngsters enjoyed creating world famous sights such as the Colluseum, the Pantheon and the Roman Forum.

Driffield Times & Post photographer, Pam Stanforth, went along to see the creations in progress

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