Winners for the first House Competition of the Academic year have been announced!
And the winner is.....
Following on from the launch of the new House rewards system, a Senior School Photography Competition was run over the past few weeks and after much deliberation the winning entries have been decided on. The photographs were to be based around one or more of the following themes:
- Street Photography
- Wildlife Photography, and/or
- Landscape Photography.
Each person was able to enter up to two images into the competition, before the deadline of Friday 28th September.
In first place was Jackson House with a close up shot of a bumble bee on a flower from Year 12 pupil, Jack.
Second place was awarded to Year 7 pupil Jackson for Learoyd House, his entry was this greyscale image of a waterway.
Nettleton House entry from teacher Miss Mekki was placed in third, with an image of ice sculptures.
And finally, this entry from Year 12 pupil Daniel, titled 'Flying Dragon' won fourth place for Gibson House.
The competition was led by Teach of Art at the school Alex Everitt, who is also Head of Gibson House. In regards to the outcome of the competition Alex said:
"I wanted to give the students at LMS the opportunity to show off their creative side, even if they weren't studying the subject. I was amazed by the number of students and staff who entered and the by the quality of the work that was produced. I'm really pleased with the winning photographs and hope to see some of the students studying the subject in the future!"
Currently the House System leaderboard is as follows:
Jackson - 255 points
Nettleton - 235 points
Gibson - 195 points
Learoyd - 195 points