The Twelve Days Project is the culmination of the Twelve Days Project and showcases the work of children from one secondary, one junior, one infant and five primary schools in South Bristol. Using the traditional song The Twelve Days of Christmas as their inspiration, the pupils have created twelve days of web art that combine digital artworks, paintings, illustrations, sculpture and animations. Each day between December 26th 2000 and January 6th 2001, a new piece of artwork becomes available, corresponding to each of the Twelve Days of Christmas.

The 12 Days Project is a unique Art and ICT collaborative project that offered teachers and pupils the opportunity to explore the educational possibilities of digital production techniques and of the web as a creative medium.

During the summer term over 250 children and 15 teachers created art resources for their chosen theme from the Twelve Days of Christmas - the highly original, enjoyable and engaging results of which can be viewed at

A Watershed Project: supported by Bristol City Council