A jumbo challenge for pupils
Groups of Morpeth children have enjoyed a painting project with a difference.
Chantry Middle School has been involved with Elmer's Great North Parade initiative in aid of St Oswald's Hospice.
Pupils were asked to design a large, fibreglass Elmer the Elephant sculpture, which will be exhibited in the North East along with some even larger artist-designed elephants.
The winners and some of the runners-up had fun painting the school’s Elmer.
Ryan-Lee and Naomi were the Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 winners respectively.
The runners-up were Lucy, Rachel, Felicity, Emma, Eva and Katie.