A Solihull school has caught a glimpse of the future after teaming up with a leading digital artist.
Solihull Junior School has unveiled a new mural showing how the school and its surrounding could look 450 years into the future.
The mural, called Tradition in Vision, was created by Warwickshire-based artist Gary Tonge, who used computer technology to depict the school buildings in a space-age environment.
He gave the mural, which covers an entire wall inside the junior school, as a gift to mark the 450th anniversary of the founding of the independent school for seven-to-18-year-olds.
Mr Tonge said: “The resonating thing about Solihull Junior School for me is how wonderful values and traditions are sustained in the fabric of the school’s culture.
“These are mixed with a strong vision for the future; encapsulating new technologies, ideas and ideals.”
Gary also spent three days at the junior school giving workshops to pupils to explore digital design.
Solihull Junior School deputy head Mark Penney said: “We are delighted with this extraordinary gift and for the time and energy that Gary devoted to demonstrating his design skills and techniques to our pupils, who found his workshops thrilling.”