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Nord Anglia Visual Arts Competition

Earlier this year the children of year 6 were invited to create a piece of art to represent goal 4 of the Global Goals - Quality Education.

They were invited to enter as part of the Visual Arts competition in which all Nord Anglia schools can take part. All of year 6 entered and two winners were chosen from each class, these winners artwork was then showcased in a year 5 and 6 assembly. From these winners - two overall school winners were selected and their art was sent to the Nord Anglia judging team.

The two winners from year 6 were Arysha (6A) and Serena (6B) - which is a great achievement. The judges loved both pieces of work and the explanations behind the ideas.


Out of every entry in the ages 8-11 category from across all (56!) Nord Anglia schools Serena’s art was selected as the runner up. Congratulations to Serena. Her artwork will be professionally printed onto canvas and will be exhibited during the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) for government and UN officials, which is taking place in New York this summer. After the summit, the artwork will go on display at the UNICEF headquarters. The work will also be showcased in the Nord Anglia visual arts book and will also be showcased on the Global Campus next year.