This term has seen the inaugural Junior School House Art Competition take place and the results were truly spectacular.
Pupils were tasked with producing an image of an animal in their House colours. The choice of animal had to be appropriate to the colour of their House, so no green foxes or red dolphins, and the background to their animal had to also be predominantly the House colour.
Beyond that, pupils had free reign and they certainly explored a wide range of media and techniques. Every single Junior School pupil submitted an entry.
Mr Downey, Head of Art in the Senior School kindly agreed to undertake the difficult task of judging the work. There were lots of points for first, second and third in each class and an overall winner in each year group.
Rachel Joseph (J2P) was awarded the honour of Supreme Champion which won many points for her House. When all the points were added up it was Shepherds who were the deserving winners of the first House Art Competition.
Well done to Shepherds and to everybody!