Abbot’s Lea School student wins art competition

16-year-old student, Leon, from Abbot’s Lea School has won a city-wide art competition after impressing the panel of judges with his incredible painting showcasing what Liverpool means to him. The competition by Liverpool Heartbeat - a children’s charity committed to motivating and inspiring young people to live healthy, productive lifestyles -

Abbi paints a picture of mental health awareness

Maricourt Catholic High School Year 11 student, Abbi Green has celebrated her finished piece of artwork, which focuses on the mental health of young people. Abbi launched her finished artwork on social media during mental health awareness week and received many messages of praise from pupils, parents, community groups and many

Awards ceremony and new exhibition to celebrate children’s art

Top picture: dot-art Schools 2021 overall primary winner Jack Kent of Bridgemere Primary School above: dot-art Schools 2021 overall secondary winner Alexander White of Chesterfield High School Primary and secondary pupils from 90 schools across the Liverpool City Region and beyond took part in the dot-art inter-school art competition and winning

Celebrating creativity with dot-art at Alsop

Pictured above: Left: 1st place Lucy Beadman, centre: 2nd place Mariam Alfahed, right: 3rd place Sonia Cirstina Alsop High School students are celebrating the school’s creativity and success after its high quality artwork entries won prizes in Liverpool City Region art competitions. Alsop students entered the 2021 dot-art schools competition as part

School welcomes back Tudorlambanana

After an absence of nearly 13 years, Gateacre School is thrilled to welcome back its ‘Tudorlambanana’. The Superlambanana was the school’s contribution to Liverpool’s Capital of Culture Year in 2008 and became part of the Go Superlambanana trail. Back in 2008, Gateacre School worked with the Friends of Gateacre and KECS Creative