Creative students from the College of West Anglia’s Isle Campus have been recognised for their work in supporting a local school.
Art and design students Naomi Cunnington, 18, from Upwell, and Adam Flack, 19, from March, won a competition at the college to design and produce a fundraising calendar for Elm Primary School.
The idea was for the calendar to be sold to parents and friends to raise money for school funds.
It proved a huge hit, with more than 100 copies being sold.
The Elm School Association (ESA) recently gave a small gift to both students for all their hard work
Member of the ESA, Natalie Gooch, said: “We gave the students only a brief of what we wanted and the results they came back with and their level of professionalism were outstanding.
“The winners, Naomi and Adam, both paid great attention to detail and it was interesting to see how long it can take to get things just right.”
Funds from the calendar are being used to improve IT facilities at the school.