ISA Art Competition Draws On Highclare Talent

Posted: 8th November 2018

Highclare School pupils of all ages, have once again achieved success in the prestigious Midlands Regional Arts competition. The judges received a total of 245 entries from 24 schools and Highclare School artists were recognised in 12 categories, scooping 4 first place, 4 second place and 4 highly commended prizes.

Of particular note was Harjot Kaur’s placing as first in the KS3/4 Photography class. This marks the fourth year running that a student at Highclare School has won this award.

All those awarded a 1st or 2nd place will receive a certificate and book token and those who achieved a highly commended will receive a certificate.  The 1st place winners will also be automatically be entered into the National Arts Competition which takes place in November.

Congratulations to all the prize winners shown below;

First Prize Award

Highclare Junior School Winners

Aoife Whiskens  for  William Morris

Adele Pike for Aboriginal Art

Harrison Wilson for World Cup 2018 Shirt

Highclare  Senior School Winner

Harjot Kaur for Poisoned Apple

Second Prize Award

Highclare Junior School Winners

Dian Sing Dhaliwal for Lamborghini

Emma Chan for LS Lowry Interpretation

Annabelle Wilkinson for Tiles inspired by ‘William Morris’

Highclare Senior School Winner

Shiven Pattni for Life Hangs by a Thread

Highly Commended Award

Highclare Senior School Winners

Caitlin O’ Connor for Anatomy Tags

Noah Griffiths for Spirit of Place

Highclare Junior School Winners

Arya Gunputh for Aboriginal Art

Jhiyan Obhi for World Cup Shirt


Work below by Shiven Pattni, (Life Hangs by a Thread – Fashion Collection), Noah Griffiths (Spirit of Place – Black and White Ecclesiastical Photography), Harjot Kaur (Poisoned Apple – First Prize Photograph) and Caitlin O’ Connor (Anatomy Tags)

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