Uttoxeter pupils have been transforming unwanted plastic bags into works of art.
Year five pupils from Windsor Park Middle School collected the bags from home as they learned about the effect they have on the environment.
They were then given a brief of creating a collective commemorative jubilee stamp design and they transferred the designs onto blank plastic sheets.
Pieces of waste carrier bags were then used to create a collage effect and the artwork was fused using a heat technique. The commemorative stamps were then fused to create a banquet cloth.
The idea came from a visit of artist Anna Roebuck, of Bags2riches, during the schools activity week.
Head of department Lisa Wilbraham Jones said: “We strive to create new and exciting projects that not only create a fantastic end product, but allow our pupils to look at an alternative production methods in which designers make their eco products.
“As a design team we are thrilled that we managed to innovate, challenge and inspire our pupils to design and produce such an ethical, recycled piece of artwork to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.”