Hard-work pays off at Voyage Learning Campus art exhibition

PUBLISHED: 15:16 20 July 2016 | UPDATED: 15:16 20 July 2016

Key stage two student Everton presents his art at the exhibition

Key stage two student Everton presents his art at the exhibition


The high standard of artwork in a recent exhibition was a ‘testament to the hard work and dedication’ of staff and students at the Voyage Learning Campus, a spokesman said.

The public was invited to view the work on display at the Oldmixon Crescent Campuson July 7-13.

It was showcasing the work by students from key stage one to key stage four, ages ranging from five to 16.

Head of faculty for creative arts, Sam Bailey-Price, said: 
“It was an opportunity to celebrate the amazing work 
and achievements of the students.”

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