Now that’s a cool way to build a totally snow-free snowman
Pupils at Havelock Primary School in Sunderland got tired of waiting for snow – so they made a snowman without any!
The creative youngsters did so well, they were taking their creation to a Northern Sinfonia Christmas concert which was being held at the Sunderland Empire.
And once it gets there, the cool creation will feature in a performance of Howard Blake’s “The Snowman”, which is based on the Raymond Briggs book.
“The Snowman”, which includes the hit song “Walking Through The Air” will be performed by the Sinfonia.
The narration is being given by Bernard Cribbins, at the Empire.
The organisers are hoping other schools will follow the Havelock Primary example and take their own snowmen to the concert.
Were you one of the Havelock Primary School children who got creative during that Christmas period without snow? Or were you a pupil at another school where you got to make your own festive characters and decorations. Tell us about those magical seasonal days at school and what you remember of them? Which part did you play in the nativity and which primary school did you attend? Email chris.cord[email protected]media.co.uk and let’s share some wonderful memories.