Budding photographers from Alfred Salter Primary School have found an unusual place to unveil their work - on the hoardings surrounding a development in Surrey Quays.

The year five and six pupils took photos in nearby Russia Dock Woodland and Stave Hill Ecological Park as part of a wildlife photography project.

The results are now on display on the barriers around L&Q residential development Quebec Quarter .

The children were guided around the woodlands and park, which is close to their school, by the Friends of Russia Dock Woodland and a team from Stave Hill Ecological Park.

L&Q sales and marketing director Cathy Lloyd said: “Working with Alfred Salter School gave us a wonderful opportunity to see the much loved woodlands through the eyes of their pupils.

Photos: The children took pictures of Russia Dock Woodland and Stave Hill Ecological Park for the project

“Every aspect of Quebec Quarter has been designed to promote a strong sense of community here in Canada Water.

“Once they have moved in, we anticipate the residents will be keen to make use of the wonderful adjacent woodland – one of the area’s best kept secrets.”

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The unveiling of the photos follows the launch of the first phase of private sale homes at Quebec Quarter on January 30.

Display: The children's work is now on display on the barriers around L&Q residential development Quebec Quarter

The development will offer 151 one, two and three bedroom private sale apartments and 69 one and two bedroom shared ownership homes.

Private sale three bedroom homes in the first phase start at £785,000, with subsequent phases, including one and two bedroom private sale homes and shared ownership, scheduled to launch later in 2016.