UTTOXETER pupils have been showing off their artistic talents with an exhibition.
Thomas Alleyne’s High School, in Dove Bank, held its Applied Art exhibition which was a chance for all the Art and Photography pupils to celebrate their achievements and hard work from throughout the last year.
The general public was invited to visit the school to see the inspirational and creative pieces of work, which pupils had spent months creating.
As well as this, the high school also opened its door for the annual Uttoxeter Rotary Club Photography Competition where the pupils again came out on top in the portfolio entry.
Pupils also took home the award for first, second and third place in the Black and White entry.
The school said that from these winners a number of pupils have now been entered into the district final which will take place later on the month.
A spokesman for the school said: “We wish all these students luck and hope they can repeat the success at the district level.”
Visitors to the exhibition also said they were impressed by what they saw on show.
Gill Martin, an art consultant for Staffordshire Entrust, said: “An Inspiring and interesting exhibition of which many hours of hard work has obviously been spent by students and staff.”
Bev Reardon, of the University of Derby, also praised the pupils efforts.
She added: “It’s always a pleasure to view this show.
“Exciting, vibrant, high quality all in a creative environment.”