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SEN school celebrates ‘snow season’ by creating Frozen-themed display

Frozen wall displayPupils from a Somerset school for young people with special educational needs (SEN) embraced the recent cold snap by creating a glittering winter wall mural inspired by Disney’s award-winning animation film, Frozen.

The budding artists from Somerset Progressive School in West Hatch used acrylic chips, paint, iridescent shred and model air clay to design the snowy scene, which was complete with a 3D Olaf, the snowman from the hit film.

The students had also recently been experimenting with stencil designs, free-hand and computer-generated drawings over the festive period as they designed Christmas cards for the National Autistic Society’s annual Card Competition.

Head of education at Somerset Progressive Jason Goddard said: “It is wonderful to see such impressive artistic talent amongst our students.

Frozen, it seems, has taken Britain by storm and this display has really helped keep the magic of Christmas going as we move into the New Year. A big thank you to all students who contributed!”

Somerset Progressive School is part of Embrace, which provides individually tailored packages of education for boys and girls aged from 9-19 with SEN.

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