A playground fashion parade saw a number of colourful outfits made from recycled material on show.
Pupils at Chilton Primary School in Ramsgate made their own personal designer hats and tops from their old clothes and materials including plastic bags.
The Year 2 children are checking out the various sorts of materials that people use for numerous reasons. The niche has also covered recycling and also the environment, as well as the need to ensure that products found in everyday activities are discarded properly.
The six and 7 year olds were also invited to become the very first Thanet primary school to participate with all the Arts In Ramsgate Festival.
Deputy Head of faculty Natalie Barrow said: “We were very excited that Chilton was chosen being thing about this important festival that celebrates the arts in our town.
“The theme we done was the down sides attributable to dumping plastic in the ocean, which is something our kids are quite cognizant of as part of their lessons.”
Arts in Ramsgate donated two willow-framed giant fish which pupils decorated effortlessly varieties of plastic waste to spotlight the chance posed to maritime life by plastic as well as other dumped materials.
Pupils also made their own colourful hats from recycled materials depicting sea creatures.
Chilton’s recycled fish formed the main Arts for Ramsgate entry inside the town’s annual carnival on Sunday; additionally, the fish, in addition to pupils, parents and staff, might be joining while in the festival’s own parade in the town centre for the harbour on Sunday, July 29, from 4.30pm.