Learners at Nanpantan have been creating brilliant, dinosaur dioramas as part of their STEM lessons.

A diorama is usually a 3D replica of a scene, or moment in time and presented in a box. Inspiration for the dinosaur setting came from this term’s theme being ‘Origin of the Species’.

The masterpieces took around three hours to make in total, although the learners had started making plans the week before.

Laurie Akroyd, Senior Deputy Head of Schools said: “Learners worked together in pairs, and they all really enjoyed the challenge. They loved their efforts enough to take their dioramas home!”