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Back in October, the hard work of the pupils and staff was acknowledged at the annual Educate Awards coming Runner-Up in the ‘Outstanding Arts in a Secondary School’ in Liverpool, Lancashire, Knowsley and Chester. The award was in recognition of our summer school play which was a team effort across the Creative Arts Faculty.

Since then, the Art Department have created their own Field of Remembrance which was fittingly revealed on November 11th in a poignant ceremony consisting of speeches and a bagpipe player. Over 800 ceramic poppies made by Holly Lodge’s students across all key stages and staff have created an incredible sea of red against the pristine white backdrop of the brand new school building.  Each poppy made and painted by hand also has the initials of a lost loved one etched on the underside of the flower. The exhibition will remain and will be forever celebrated in the school courtyard, effectively the heart of the school.

In the run up to Christmas, Key Stage 3 pupils taken part in an Enterprise project and have designed their own Christmas cards which were professionally printed and then sold to staff, friends and family to raise money for the art department. At our annual Pensioner’s Party, every visitor was also given a unique card which was signed by one of our pupils.

A small group of Year 7 pupils who have an interest in graphic design attended an after school club and have submitted a joint design for consideration as the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark logo. The pupils worked brilliantly as a design team. Fingers crossed!

Currently, our Yr9 pupils are creating artwork to submit to the annual Dot Art School’s competition where 2 years ago, one of our pupils came Runner-Up in the secondary school category. Her work was exhibited at Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery. This year, the shortlisted pupils will have their work shown in St George’s Hall.

All year groups are working towards our annual exhibition in June at Sefton Park’s Palm House where artwork of all shapes and sizes will be displayed amongst the plants and flowers. This will be our 5th year exhibiting in this location, however, this year promises to be bigger and better as our Year 12 pupils are working with local primary schools to produce recycled art which will appear alongside the work of our Holly Lodge pupils. The 6th Formers have devised workshops and will deliver them to Key Stage 2 pupils in the next couple of weeks.

The pressure is on Year 12 as they are also extremely busy designing and making hats which will feature on a catwalk as part of Liverpool’s Fashion Week.