West Earlham Junior School
Dragon name: Farrago
Dragon design: After sharing the book, “Tell Me A Dragon” by Jackie Morris, the children of West Earlham Junior School took part in a competition to imagine, describe and illustrate a dragon they would like to own. The work of four children from each year group was chosen to represent the school and part of their design was painted onto the dragon. Their written descriptions were displayed in school.
Due to the “patchwork” nature of the design, we decided to name our dragon Farrago, which means “assortment or medley”.
Break Charity would like to say a huge thank you to everybody at West Earlham Junior School. They have saved change in the special GoGoDragons! collecting boxes and raised a brilliant £111.50. Thank you so much as this really will help to make a difference to change young lives in Norfolk
The Mustard Shop in the Royal Arcade enjoyed showcasing Farrago in their window over the summer. The dragon is now admired by visitors to West Earlham Junior School