CHILDREN from Isaac Newton School visiting the museum for the re-opening were delighted to find their own work on display.
The school’s “Pride of Grantham” artwork featuring paintings of Grantham shop fronts and iconic buildings currently has pride of place in Grantham Museum.
Headmaster Stephen Tapley said: “We’re very proud of the project but to have it actually displayed properly makes a massive difference.
“It makes the children really feel like they have done something worthwhile.
“I’m sure, in years to come, when they grow older they will have a positive outlook on Grantham because of things like this.”
Parent Wayne Barrett came along to see the children’s work.
He said: “As a parent I’m very proud that it’s on display.
“It’s nice the school goes and does things in the community and it is exhibited for the community too.”