A PRIMARY school has pledged to hold more exhibitions in future after the success of its inaugural display showcasing children's work and talents.

Last month, Eaton Primary School near Winsford held its first 'Eaton Explores' exhibit, featuring pieces from more than 150 of its pupils.

Parents and the wider community were left in awe as the Lower Lane school's hall was transformed into a colourful and informative showcase.

With a geography theme in mind, the children produced meticulously-crafted maps, engaging dioramas of differing landscapes, and stunning artwork.

Lorraine Skellon, the head of school, was said: "Eaton Explores has been a tremendous success, and I am incredibly proud of our pupils for their creativity and commitment.

"I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to the teaching staff for their efforts in guiding and showcasing the incredible work of our students."

Not only were parents treated to a visual feast during the exhibition, on February 28 and 29, but nearby residents, community leaders and other schools visited to show their support for the pupils.

Northwich Guardian: The exhibition was geography themedThe exhibition was geography themed (Image: Eaton Primary School)

A school spokesman added: "The event showcased not only the children's understanding of geography but also their ability to communicate complex ideas through artwork and presentations.

"One parent expressed their delight, saying, ‘It has been amazing to see the children’s hard work, such a talented group. The enthusiasm and passion for the topics is obvious to see and they should be really proud of what they have achieved. Well done to the teaching staff too for all their support and encouragement they have given our children'."

Following the success of the first exhibition, the school is now looking to make the exhibition a permanent fixture on its calendar.

The spokesman added: "The success of Eaton Explores has solidified the exhibition's place as an annual event in the school calendar.

Northwich Guardian: The children produced artwork, dioramas and meticulously-crafted mapsThe children produced artwork, dioramas and meticulously-crafted maps (Image: Eaton Primary School)

"The excitement and enthusiasm displayed by the children in presenting their work were palpable, and it is clear that this exhibition has become a cherished tradition for both students and the school community.

"The school's inaugural exhibition has left an indelible mark on the community, showcasing the talent and dedication of its students and providing a platform for young minds to shine and inspiring a love for learning that will undoubtedly endure for years to come."