Relief carving on Totley Primary School
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Detail view. One of the three reliefs above the main entrance. This one sho9ws a crouching sportsman. Location: Sunnyvale Road, Totley Primary School. On an exterior wall above the main entrance. Description: 3 square reliefs carved in stone, each depicting a scene which representing an aspect of childhood and learning. Commission: Sheffield City Council Education Committee Comment: The surface of the stone has blackened in the fifty years since they were installed. Original (black and white) photographs show the reliefs as being virtually white. In 1998 Coralie Turpin and Jason Thomson worked with children at the school and installed two pieces of their own in the areas near the main entrance.
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