Young artists impress at Royal College of Art competition

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Edward with his artwork

We are delighted that a number of our pupils' artwork was selected to be displayed in a Young Art Competition exhibition at the Royal College of Art.

Young Art is an annual exhibition of children’s paintings, drawings and prints, held for one week a year at the Royal College of Art. Over the last 30 years Young Art has raised more than £1,250,000 towards vital research into childhood cancers and clinical trials at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health.

Congratulations to Edward, Olivia, William, Theo , Mariam, Nadia, Leo and Rupert in Year 3, Ellie and Anaya in Year 4, Maya and Erin in Year 5, and Jinhan and Zarah, Year 6, whose work was chosen to be exhibited.

Special congratulations to Nadia, who won first prize in the Year 2-3 category and was presented with a prize by artist and judge, James Lloyd!

Young Art – highly commended

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