Creative Shouldham pupils in 2006
In our weekly Memory Lane Schooldays feature, we focus on a primary school back in 2006...
Creative pupils at St Martins at Shouldham Primary School won a place in a world record-breaking attempt in October 2006.
The school entered designs for artwork called rangoli – which people traditionally used to decorate the entrance of their homes during the Indian festival of Diwali – into a contest run by food manufacturer Patak.
As a result, the school was picked as one of a dozen to send pupils to London to try to make the biggest rangoli pattern ever.
Pictured here with some designs were (from left) Harry Connor, Darcy Lucher, Myles Morley, Annabel Owen and Tim Lavender.