Journey Update of the Strata Moth

Date Published ‐ 28/02/2019

The Strata Moth continues its journey around nominated schools within the Hull and East Yorkshire area! Here we bring you the latest updates of its travels and show you the fantastic work the staff and pupils of each school have completed to transform the moth in their own ways.

After collecting the colourfully decorated Moth from Beverley St. Nicholas Primary School in December (Click here to see their transformation), we had the pleasure of delivering it to Highlands Primary School for the period of January to February.

Strata Moth Decorated by Highlands School StudentsPhoto: The pupils of Highlands Primary School involved in decorating the Strata Moth with Head Teacher Debbie Smith.

The pupils and Staff completely transformed the moth with their colourful and informative design. This is what the school had to say about their experience:

"The Strata Moth provided a unique opportunity for our children to explore and express, in a visual art form, the core beliefs and values at the heart of our school community. The final design and execution was very much a team effort as the project presented an opportunity to bring together the ideas and skills of children across a broad age range in order to produce a finished piece of art for and by the school community.  Thank you!"

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Highlands Primary School for their amazing work on the project!

Strata Moth Dropped off at The Parks Academy

Photo: The handover of the moth to The Parks Academy in Hull.

Since the collection of the Moth, it has been delivered to a new home for the next month, The Parks Academy. We're extremely excited as always when dropping off the Moth and are looking forward to the work that the pupils and staff carry out on our beloved moth.

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