Celebration of art

A group of sixty Y10 students received their Bronze Arts Awards at a presentation in Bridgnorth. The presentation, held at Bridgnorth Endowed School, was open to young people aged between 11 and 25 and embraced a broad range of art
forms; from fashion to fine art, pottery to poetry.

To achieve the nationally recognised qualification, the students put together a detailed portfolio to
demonstrate their personal experience of the arts. Top students Poppy, Fergus, Chloe and Daisy, who all plan to
continue pursuing their love of the arts after GCSE, reported that they found working towards the award extremely rewarding. As part of the task, the four completed a six-week workshop and developed their skills in several areas, including drawing, painting, sculpture and graphics.

Head of Creative Arts Mrs Tristham said, “We have some great artists at the school and I’d like to congratulate all of these students on their hard work and enthusiasm for the Arts Award.”

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