Toilet art helps prep school double target for Water Aid

PUBLISHED: 08:45 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 07:35 30 May 2010

Pupils at Felsted Prep show off their mini-loos

Pupils at Felsted Prep show off their mini-loos

PUPILS at a school in Essex have come over all arty farty, by transforming yogurt pots into miniature toilets. Children aged between four and seven from Stewart House in Felsted Preparatory School have been busy transforming empty yoghurt pots into works

PUPILS at a school in Essex have come over all arty farty, by transforming yogurt pots into miniature toilets.

Children aged between four and seven from Stewart House in Felsted Preparatory School have been busy transforming empty yoghurt pots into works of art, in the shape of miniature loos.

They have been collecting small change in an attempt to raise enough money to enable the charity Water Aid to build a sanitation block in a school in a third world country.

Head of Pre-Prep at Felsted Jane West said: "We are delighted to have more than doubled our original target of £390 by raising a fantastic £847 for this great cause.

"Our sincere thanks go to all the families and friends who have contributed so generously towards this project."

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