Pupils master the art of GCSE

PUBLISHED: 13:47 04 May 2006 | UPDATED: 14:40 12 May 2010

Jenni Smith with some of her work on display

Jenni Smith with some of her work on display

YEAR 11 art students at The Meridian School in Royston put on an exhibition that displayed their GCSE work. About 80 students displayed work from the last two years in the school hall. Sketchpads were also on show, showing project work from student visi

YEAR 11 art students at The Meridian School in Royston put on an exhibition that displayed their GCSE work.

About 80 students displayed work from the last two years in the school hall.

Sketchpads were also on show, showing project work from student visits to the Tate Modern and

Kettle's Yard in Cambridge, where they studied art collections and exhibition galleries which was incorporated into their coursework.

Head of art Phil Cunningham said: "The full range of work has been good and there have been some very good pieces of artwork. The students should all be proud of themselves."

The exhibition opened for students and parents as well as the rest of the school to view.

Picture: DANIEL WILSON 1674DW15


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