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Summer Project homework winners

posted 16 Oct 2014, 04:22 by Unknown user   [ updated 19 Oct 2014, 10:00 by Phil Broughton ]
Earlier this month our governors were invited to judge the shortlisted Summer Project homework that students across all years were invited to submit. The event was held in 
The Atrium, where all finalists' work was on display. The student finalists, along with their proud parents, enjoyed cupcakes whilst the governors made their way around the projects. The work was so impressive; from a CD  to a clay tablet made to look like a library book, and it was difficult for the governors to pick just one winner and two runners up. 

All of the students produced amazing pieces of work but in the end the following were selected as the winners:

First Place:
Hayden (Year 7) for his 
book ladder, which the governors picked for it's strong graphics and incredibly thoughtful concept with a simple and clear message that 'opens up the door to the library'. 

Second Place:
Jay (Year 9) for his magazine cover that showed his face superimposed onto a variety of different activities, from skydiving to being inside a bin! 

Third Place:
Oliver (Year 7) for his hand crafted clay tablet with a key, which the governors described as beautifully done, with incredible attention to detail. 

Well done to all the students that took part.