The creative writing of young people from Stansted has gone on display in an exhibition.
The work of 13 Year 7, 8 and 10 students from Forest Hall School forms part of the Library At Night project at Harlow Library.
The poems and 100-word short stories were selected as part of the arts programme across Harlow and Uttlesford by community art company High Stile Projects.
Natalie Hogg, assistant subject leader of English, said: “The project is promoting the library as an imaginative place to visit.
“We are really pleased that lots of our students’ work was picked to go on display.”
Stephen Hehir, executive head, said: “It is so wonderful to see Forest Hall School students getting excited about creative writing and developing a love of literacy. Libraries are a wonderful place of learning and it is exciting to see our young people’s talents on display in our community.
“Well done to all Forest Hall students and staff involved.”
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