PUPILS from River Mead in Melksham, Castle Mead in Trowbridge and Kingdown School in Warminster have created a stellar exhibition at Larkrise School.

The multi sensory art show for people with profound and multiple learning difficulties, the Lunar Fantasy Installation, celebrated the Apollo lunar landings.

It took inspiration from artists who exhibit at The New Arts Centre, Roche Court in Salisbury.

One of the artists, Becky Churchill said: “We just keep uncovering more and more young talent, it is so important that they exhibit their work in this way.

“It is about breaking down barriers and celebrating what it means to be alive.”

This Lunar Fantasy Installation has been on display at Larkrise School over the past week and the school children have enjoyed taking part in exploring life beyond planet earth.

The children from the schools have been taking part in the project as a way of connecting with Larkrise pupils and encouraging them to engage with art and sensory stimulation.

Larkrise previously held a Lunar Fantasy Day in March where students tried out music making, space stories and working with artists from The Multi Sensory Art Project and Roche Court Educational Trust in Salisbury.

Multi sensory artists had created a fantastical space installation for all the students to play in.

The day resulted in all 93 students finishing their Arts Awards Discover, which is a national awards scheme that encourages creating and participating in the arts.