Our sculpture was inspired by…School curriculum drivers, christianity, faith, local area, outdoor learning and environment, wider world and diversity.

He’s named ‘Caelus,’ after the Roman God of the sky/the heavens. The design incorporates many local landmarks. Flowers symbolise our growing and God’s creations. The rainbow represents hope and diversity, the dark sky and stained glass, our faith. The children believe that we learn together but that everyone is a unique and valued individual.

It’s farewell to our fab-ewe-lous flock!

115 sheep, ten baa-rilliant weeks, two exciting finale events, one important cause.


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