Annual exhibition showcases work by Sheffield students

Students were on hand to showcase their work at the annual Art, Design and Technology exhibition at Meadowhead School
Students were on hand to showcase their work at the annual Art, Design and Technology exhibition at Meadowhead School
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Meadowhead School's Art, Design and Technology have once again hosted an annual celebration of work created by their GCSE and A-level students.

Art, Design and Technology are popular courses at the secondary school on Dyche Lane, and each year students of all abilities are given the chance to have their work displayed in an important event on the school calendar.

Students Estere Dzelme and Lucy Cordingley at Meadowhead school before the annual show

Students Estere Dzelme and Lucy Cordingley at Meadowhead school before the annual show

The event which was held yesterday, June 27, showcased a wide variety of specialisms including drawing, painting, textiles, product design, resistant materials, photography and ceramics.

Both the staff and students spent four days getting the exhibition ready for display.

Friends, families, Trust Partners and members of the Meadowhead community were invited to attend this year's event.

Ross Metcalfe, an Art Teacher at Meadowhead School said: "Our students are encouraged to develop individual and creative responses to a broad range of themes and briefs and we are always impressed with their innovative and personal outcomes.

"It has been another successful year with many students progressing on to study creative and design based courses within Further and Higher Education, such as Chesterfield College Foundation Course in Art and Design, St Martins College of Art, The London School of Fashion and many more prestigious University courses."

He says the event was incredibly well attended, adding: "Visitors, parents and school governors were all extremely complementary of the students and staffs hard work.

"All the teachers are incredibly proud and excited to see what the future holds for their students."