This term, Dallington School has shown that creativity knows no age limit by collaborating with our neighbours, branding agency WMH&I, who asked us to join them in an art project called “creative high five” to develop a stunning window display.

The display, in their window from March until May, is the result of the collective imagination of our children, teachers, and the agency team members, who used only their handprints to create a range of mixed-media pieces, paintings, and drawings.

Our Head, James Griffiths, commented: “It was such fun to be working with WMH&I again. When the High Five project was first suggested, we thought it would be a great art activity for Dallington children. During the following weeks in art sessions, they thought up fantastic ways to use their handprints in different ways. Seeing the imaginative use of materials was thrilling, and I think the resulting art installation in the window is a testament to the children’s curiosity and creative powers.”

Phoebe Priestley, Junior Designer at WMH&I, said: “Collaborating with Dallington School has been inspiring. Witnessing creativity across ages reminds us that even a simple handprint can spark imagination. This display celebrates our joint creativity, highlighting our commitment to collaboration and innovation. It’s a project we’re truly proud of.”