A VILLAGE school uniform has had a re-brand all thanks to Year 6 pupil, Sadie.

The 72 pupils at Sutton upon Derwent CE Primary School in East Yorkshire were asked to design a new badge that summed the school up.

The winning designer was 11-year-old Sadie from Year 6, who was presented with a new school polo shirt emblazoned with the logo by executive head teacher Bracken Holtby .

Sadie, when designing her new school badge entry, said: “I wanted to include the whole community in my design.

“We are all close and I wanted to capture every little part of our lovely village.”

Mr Holtby feels the unique badge will be worn with pride by the pupils and was delighted with the end result to show off the school.

Sutton upon Derwent and Bugthorpe CE Primary Schools are working hard to achieve their Eco-Schools status over the next year.

Mr Holtby said the school also provides weekly Forest School sessions and they have a wealth of outdoor spaces to explore and learn in.

He said: “We are aiming to achieve an Awards for All Grant from the National Lottery to enhance the allotment, chicken run, growing areas and to create a ‘market stall’ to serve the community, where the children can learn to budget and hopefully make a profit to go towards more growing resources.”

As The Press reported last year the schools are trying to attract new prospective parents and pupils and ran virtual tours during the lockdown.

Spaces are still available throughout both schools, so please visit the school websites for more information at suttonuponderwentprimary.org.uk/ and bugthorpeprimary.org.uk/