Pupils from Northfield St. Nicholas Primary Academy bring festive spirit to Lowestoft Waterstones

Mikey Knights, William Day and Kyle Mills from Northfield St. Nicholas Primary Academy helped design

Mikey Knights, William Day and Kyle Mills from Northfield St. Nicholas Primary Academy helped design a Christmas window display for Waterstones in Lowestoft. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

Children from a local primary school had their artistic efforts rewarded as a local book store unveiled its Christmas window display.

Pupils and their parents were invited to see the result of their efforts at the Waterstones store in

Pupils and their parents were invited to see the result of their efforts at the Waterstones store in Lowestoft town centre. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

Having been invited to submit ideas for a display at Lowestoft Waterstones, year six pupils from Northfield St. Nicholas Primary Academy put their brains into gear to come up with designs based on the theme of 'The Frozen Wastes'.

The children produced an assortment of presents and penguins, as well as a Christmas tree and an impressive mountain range backdrop.

On Friday, December 1, the pupils and their parents visited the store to view the final product, before the school choir got everyone into the festive spirit by singing Christmas carols.

Jo Perry from Waterstones Lowestoft said: 'When we went to see the kids at the school, they were excited about the project straight away.

The school choir sang Christmas carols at the unveiling to get everyone into the festive spirit. Pic

The school choir sang Christmas carols at the unveiling to get everyone into the festive spirit. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher


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'We discussed how we'd make the display, but they were so enthusiastic that we could leave it up to them!'

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The school choir sang Christmas carols at the unveiling to get everyone into the festive spirit. Pic

The school choir sang Christmas carols at the unveiling to get everyone into the festive spirit. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

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