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During 2002 and early 2003 at least 100 primary schools nationwide undertook major 'Take One Picture' projects. Using the Renaissance artist Paolo Uccello's painting of 'Saint George and the Dragon' as a stimulus, children aged 3 to 11 wrote poetry, stories and music, and made artwork in a range of media. The exhibition included a selection of these inventive and exciting projects. Highlights included an animated film, a three metre-long dragon sculpted with wire and aluminium and a transcription of the painting using clay tiles.

The standard of the work produced was exceptionally high and as a result twelve schools were selected to exhibit work:

  • Bangabandhu Primary School, London
  • Bengeworth First School, Evesham
  • Malorees Infant School, London
  • Nottingham High School for Girls (Junior Department)
  • Saighton C of E Primary School, Cheshire
  • Capenhurst C of E Primary School
  • Eccleston C of E School
  • Childer Thornton Primary School
  • Shorne C of E Primary School, Kent
  • Southfield MLD School, Hatfield, Herts
  • The Bluecoat School, Stamford, Lincs
  • Whinstone Primary School, Stockton-on-Tees.
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