Pupils have a ball on canal project
Animated kids showed creative flair fit for the big screen as they wowed their parents and special guests.
Primary Six youngsters from St Augustine’s Primary “had a ball”working on a project funded by the Scottish Waterways Trust.
Their work concentrated on the Summerlee canal, and saw the hard-working group research and conduct a tour of the canal, as well as creating their own animated video on the subject.
Pupils then dressed to impress as they showcased their work in a special event at Summerlee heritage museum for an audience of relatives and friends.
They were congratulated on their work and presented with commemorative certificates by North Lanarkshire depute provost Tom Castles, the Coatbridge South councillor.
A spokesperson for the school said:“The pupils did a wonderful job and fully immersed themselves in the Summerlee canal project.”
All aboard The youngsters also got to view the Vulcan ship at Summerlee their chosen project
Historical props The pupils’ visit to the museum offered invaluable background work
Three cheers Excitement was in the air throughout the class project
Special screening The group’s ace animation focusing on