Students at the Bridge Farm Primary School in Hartcliffe, Bristol, gather round anew Banksy mural drawn recently inside the school property. June 6 2016. See SWNS story SWBANKSY: Pupils and teachers returned to their school after half-term to find a genuine BANKSY on the wall of classroom. The famous artist spray painted a stick-wielding child chasing a burning tyre on the side of Bridge Farm Primary School. It is believed the work is a modern take on hoop rolling, a popular game played by children during the Victorian days. The six-foot high artwork also features a flower and a small house with ‘Banksy’ signed to the bottom left of the brick building.

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