What a Wonderful World

Our Snowdog is inspired by 4 fantastic designs and here we have quotes from the 4 pupils who designed them:

"I was inspired by the amazing seven wonders of the world and how they are still here after thousands of years."

Harvey Curtis, Aged 10.

"I was inspired to draw this when I thought about Great Britain. Newcastle is on the left, coal miners on the right, and the Lochness symbolises Scotland!"

Reuben McIver, Aged 11.

"Whoever is (in the North East) the River Tyne belongs to them. I love it because the sun reflects on the water."

Joseph Taylor, Aged 6.

"I was inspired to draw space because I love all the galaxies and all the bright colours. Also, I did space in Year 5 and I really liked it."

Alix Curlis, Aged 11. 

Access to What a Wonderful World Dog:

Please note; this Snowdog can only be accessed during the opening times of Fenwick, Newcastle. The opening times are as follows: 9am-8pm Weekdays, 9am-7pm Saturday, 10:30am-5pm Sunday.

Created by:
Walbottle Village Primary School

Location:
Fenwick Department Store, Newcastle

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