CHESTER’S Roman heritage was at the centre of The Queen’s Lower School’s design work.
The girls built a silver metal sculpture of a Roman soldier in the school grounds, designed from several maquettes pupils made during an arts week sculpture programme.
Year 6 pupil Kimberley Meredith, 11, said: “‘I loved working with the metal and found the whole process fascinating.”
Art teacher Jan Callaghan said: “This has been a wonderful opportunity to allow pupils to work from first stages and concepts right through to the finished design piece. The girls are most impressed with the finished sculpture in the school grounds.”