World Cup Flags – The Top Ten

To mark the World Cup each class has held a draw, and so each child has been assigned a country to follow as the tournament progresses. In Computing lessons the pupils had to research and then create an interpretation of their country’s flag using the software of their choice. Below is a gallery of the top ten flags, including Bence’s winner of the Tabecat Award which (possibly) comments on Russia’s tactics this year.

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