Sunflowers in IEP!

This week, IEP students drew/painted artworks featuring sunflowers as part of an initiative started by Mr Peter Stanley, who is working with refugee children from Ukraine. Children from around the world have been invited to send their designs, which will then be printed and used to create a ‘field of sunflowers’ on the playroom wall.

Sunflowers are the national flower of Ukraine and this was a small way that we could show that our thoughts are with those suffering from the consequences of war.

 

Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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