Thank you to all the forms that entered this competition. We selected our top five for various reasons and since we have found it impossible to choose an overall winner we have decided to give our top five a prize each.
The winning forms are:
Year 7 7GJ Roald Dahl Compilation - This form all listened to the stories and discussed them in registration and worked together to produce a colourful and outstanding piece that reflects each story.
Year 7 7LDO Jack and the Beanstalk - This piece is wonderful because it tells the story in pictures and every member of the form contributed to the final piece. This is a great example of what can be achieved when a form unites and works together on a project. We had fun spotting the elements of the story on the beanstalk.
Year 8 7SS The Very Hungry Caterpillar - This piece is truly 3D and was worked on by several members of the form in their own time at lunchtime and after school with lots of support with equipment and resources from their form tutor. This has been used to decorate our children’s picture book section and looks stunning there.
Year 8 8EF The Hunger Games - This design is simple but very effective and the whole form contributed to the piece in some way. We think it looks eye catching and we loved the use of gold foil and coloured tissue paper.
Year 9 9RC Alice In Wonderland - This piece is a work of art and has been done with a really stylish and artistic flair. They have obviously spent time and energy designing this piece. It is well thought out with lots of textures and interesting features. It is a credit to the form and an absolute delight to look at.
The winning posters are being displayed in the LRC and I encourage you all to come in and have a look and maybe they will inspire you to read one of these wonderful books.
Thank you to the Art department for resources and all the form tutors who helped and supported pupils with this task and can we say again how thrilled we are with the results. The LRC has never looked so colourful.