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Pupil artwork raises over £1,000 for Cancer Research UK

Posted on: 22 Jun 2018

Pupils from Norfolk House School in Muswell Hill recently sold items of their own artwork, to raise over £1,000 for Cancer Research UK.

Pupils from ages 2 to 11 at the co-educational, independent day school each chose one piece of their artwork, inspired by a range of artists, to be framed and sold, with all proceeds going to the school’s chosen charity.

The artwork was sold at a special Art Exhibition held at the school, which provided an opportunity for parents to view all of their children’s art work and to purchase their favourite pieces. 

Norfolk House School’s Head Teacher, Paul Jowett, said: “Here at Norfolk House, we place great value on the expressive arts, as part of our broad and balanced curriculum and it is wonderful to see children expressing themselves at the same time as developing their understanding of social responsibility.”

For further information about Norfolk House School, please visit http://www.norfolkhouseschool.org/

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