Students in Year 7 at King Edward VI Humanities College were asked to contribute their personal photography to display on the walls of the new Eco Barn.
The standard of photography and range of subjects were very diverse and the judges had an extremely difficult task in selecting the winners. Pictured are two successful winners, Anthony Antoniou with his representation of a puddle and Joe Losper with his representation of pebbles. Philip Gilbert was the overall winner, but all competitors achieved an extremely high level of artistic expertise.
Parents are invited to view all of the competition entries in the Eco Barn during the Open Evening to be held at the college on Wednesday 14 September between 5.00pm and 8.30 at the college.