Pupils at Denver Primary School having fun making posies to take home for mum. Pictures: Ian Burt

It was all about flower power at a West Norfolk School on Friday.

Youngsters at Denver Primary in Ryston Road made posies to take home in celebration of Mothering Sunday.

The school traditionally works with members of the local church for its Mother’s Day celebrations, but the pandemic turned it into a combined effort.

Foundation governors Jo Walton and Carole Reich teamed-up with ladies from the church, the school’s chairman of governors Amanda Dawson and Morrisons supermarket, who all played a part in providing the necessary items.

The flowers were paid for by the school council and church members used their coffee morning funds to pay for the trays and oasis.

Headteacher Louise Jones said the children were very excited to be back at school and the focus last week had been on wellbeing.

All 104 pupils made a posy and also a card to take home.

Pupils at Denver Primary School having fun making posies to take home for mum. Pictures: Ian Burt