A RENEWED focus on the creative arts has led to a first for Leeton Public School.
Last week the school held its inaugural art show, featuring work from every single student across each year group.
The school's principal Jayne Gill was the brains behind the idea as she pushes to include the creative arts more into life at LPS.
Teacher Brooke Williams has also been instrumental in pulling the show together and was amazed at the work the students produced.
"Their creativity is fantastic ... they have really gotten into the process as we've gone along and I think the final products speak for themselves," Ms Williams said.
"I'm so impressed with how the students have thrown themselves into their artwork.
"The end result speaks for itself.
"I'm so glad they have been given this opportunity."
The art show was held as part of Education Week and there's already plans in the pipeline for next year.
"We want to make it even bigger and better, so watch this space," Ms Williams said.
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