Pupils have a ball on canal project

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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

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