The 'What will you be?' Year 5 art competition attracted a huge amount of entries this year and judging was very difficult! The competition is a chance for students to think about their ambitions for the future and possibly win a prize. The winning artworks were chosen for their merit in terms of skill and ability but also for capturing a mood or being 'in the spirit' of the competition.
The standard was very high, the judges had a difficult job, well done to all students who entered and congratulations to the winners!
1st The Meads: Raj : Architect
2nd The Meads: Leon Bustah Gomes : Marine Biologist
2nd Icknield Primary School: Varnia Shakill : Rainforest saver
3rd Icknield Primary School: Aryan Choudhury: Museum security guard
3rd Ramridge Primary School: Anishah Begum : Judge
Congratulations to Raj for his drawing of his aspiration to become an architect. The piece shows different buildings based on organic shapes. There are also a few builders in the piece and these are shown to be different sizes depending on how far away they are. He wins an art day for his year group working with Kirsten Jones, Lea Manor Artist in Residence Kirsten Jones
See the 2nd and 3rd winning pieces below..
The pieces below were awarded 'Highly Commended'
The pieces below achieved Commended
Schools will be contacted soon to arrange certificates and prizes. Watch this space for photos of the Art event which was won by The Meads Primary school