Year 10 students help launch Careers Week!

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Pictured above are the winners of the Art and Design poster competition.

Year 10 Art and Design students have helped to launch Careers Week in St Paul’s. The pupils designed posters to promote the importance of seeking advice and guidance when making their GCSE subject choices. In addition, posters highlighted a wide range of possible future career areas.

First place: Niamh O’Hagan 10/65

Second place: Emily Ward 10/82

Third place: Jessica Ennis 10/82

Highly Commended: Patrick O’Reilly 10/47

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Pictured above is Niamh O’Hagan, who came first in the Art and Design Poster Competition, being congratulated by Mrs Siobhan Kearney, Head of Careers Department at St Paul’s.

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Pictured above is Emily Ward, who came second in the Art and Design Poster Competition, being congratulated by Mrs Siobhan Kearney, Head of Careers Department at St Paul’s.

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Pictured above is Jessica Ennis, who came third in the Art and Design Poster Competition, being congratulated by Mrs Siobhan Kearney, Head of Careers Department at St Paul’s.

Judges Comments:

1st: This poster used a highly creative approach to the compositional arrangement.
There was a good balance of colour and was visually interesting.

2nd: A very close contender for first place. A hair splitting decision. An excellent example of the integration of text and imagery to result in an excellent poster design.

3rd: Using I.C.T as the medium for this poster design, resulted in an eye catching poster design that conveyed it’s message easily to the viewer. It was successful in targeting it’s intended audience.

Highly Commended: From the many ICT posters entered for the competition this one focused on a specialist career. This was one of only a few to focus on the more specialist crafts.

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