Bellerive FCJ Catholic College

About This School

Bellerive FCJ has been educating girls in Liverpool for nearly 170 years - and more recently boys in the Sixth Form = preparing them for the lives they will lead once they leave the school for the final time. In year 9 we teach a taster GCSE project based on Natural Forms. The selection of work is reflective of this, demonstrating different responses using various media. There are also some responses that have been created by imaginatively independently by year 9 pupils..

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School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting is now open until 28th April 2020. The winners will be announced here on Monday 4th May. Due to the current coronavirus situation, details of the exhibition for the first-placed entry from each school will be announced as soon as possible.

Diversity of nature

Aubrey Sanchez

60 x 80cm, mixed media

Flowers in a daze

Della Rose Johnson

42 x 42cm, mixed media

The bones within

Ava Navarro

40 x 60cm, mixed media

5 a day

Gracie Urumov

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Butterfly nightmare

Tilly Dalton

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Cherry blossom wonder

Gabriela Bogaza

60 x 80cm, mixed media

Flower bed

Olivia Hughes

40 x 60cm, mixed media

Fruit and flower paradise

Oyin Ireland

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Fruit frenzy

Amelia Prus

40 x 60cm, mixed media

Midnight rose

Raha Parto-Heravi

40 x 55cm, Paints

Nature is beautiful

Marta Guio Porta

60 x 42cm, watercolour, colour pencils

Possibilities

Keira Fortune

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Rainforest showers

Rihanna Poaty-Poaty

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Sakura skies

Charlotte Fletcher

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Seasons

Anoushka Moreton

30 x 42cm, watercolour, collage

Show and tell

Roslyn Brash

60 x 80cm, mixed media

Stuck in nature

Angel Richardson-Hepplestall

60 x 80cm, mixed media

The picture frames

Grace Keegan

40 x 60cm, mixed media

The vines of life

Cara Martin

30 x 40cm, Paints

Untitled 1

Leah Donoghue

30 x 42cm, mixed media

Untitled 2

Olivia Irving

60 x 80cm, mixed media

Untitled 3

Fatima Enayet

40 x 60cm, mixed media

Untitled 4

Caitlin Heraty

30 x 42cm, mixed media

We had a choice

Rachel Helliwell

15 x 22cm, Paints

Wonderous forest

Katie Dodd

60 x 42 cm, mixed media