Martlets fundraiser – Shaun the Sheep by the sea trail ….. the adventure started on Saturday 9th September!
Elm Grove’s ‘Blossom the Sheep’ was unveiled, along with all the other sheep, as part of the trail. Blossom can be found at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.
You can find out all about the trail, the route map and the many events via the link below:
Elm Grove’s Shaun the Sheep was designed and painted by the children in last year’s Y6 as their legacy project to the school. The sheep will eventually be left at Elm Grove as a memory of them, now they have left. They decided that the sheep should be called “Blossom” after their memories of playing in the blossom garden.
They designed the sheep around the flowers that grow in the blossom garden. Each child picked a flower that grows in the blossom garden and practised representing a simplified deign of it, using their finger prints. With their finger prints making the art work, they felt that they could literally “leave their mark” at Elm Grove to be remembered in the future.
Elm Grove will hold a non-uniform/dress up day on Friday 13th October in order to fundraise for Martlets/Blossom and all the incredible work they do in the community.