All the pupils at Witchampton First School went to the village hall to mark Science Week where over 20,000 pieces of Lego were available during the day.
Working to the theme of ‘growth’ they designed and created a unique town, which included houses, vehicles, roads, trains, airports and woods.
Headteacher Jo Hancock said: “With the theme of ‘growth’ our children were able to grow their own town out of nothing.
“They all loved building with Lego and it taught them many lessons including the importance of communication and collaboration.
“The children designed and planned their parts of the creation and either on their own or with others built them.
“It was fun to see the whole thing coming together and watching the children become totally absorbed in it.”
Witchampton First School is part of the Wimborne Academy Trust and the event was was organised by Bob Walker of Primary Workshop.
Liz West, CEO of Wimborne Academy Trust, said: “Science is an important subject and it’s crucial to introduce the subject as early as possible.
“I’m sure that through the day the children learned a great deal without realising it.”
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