A PRE-schooler has drawn rainbow street art to thank key workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Children of key workers have continued to go to Pinvin Community Pre-school which allows their parents to continue to carry on their vital work during lockdown.

Pre-schooler Albie Baker, aged three, made paint by mixing crushed up chalk and created rainbow street art, thanking key workers for everything they are doing.

Staff at the pre-school are also keeping in touch with the other children who would normally attend via a YouTube channel where they share stories, yoga and even an Easter treasure hunt which took place over several days.

Early years manager, Bobby Pearson said: “This is a key time for children in Early Years education and we'd normally be working with the local first schools to help the children with their transition to school in September.

"Obviously it won't be a normal transition period this year, but we'll be using our YouTube channel and working with schools to try to make the transition as seamless and exciting as possible.”

Pinvin Community Pre-school, in Pershore, offers spaces for children aged from 18 months to four years including funded places.