Broadgreen International School

About This School

Broadgreen International School is a large secondary school which is a popular school in the city. We are unique in the fact that we are the only International School in Liverpool and the first state school to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. We are a truly inclusive school and we take every opportunity to put pupils at the centre of learning. Broadgreen is proud to host a Deaf Resource Base to support our Deaf students. We also have the ARC, our resource base for young people who are physically disabled. Our school is also involved in a collaborative Trust with two universities. We have 3 staff in our Art Department:-Curriculum Leader - Ms KDevlin, Teacher of Art - Mr N Garner and Teacher of Art - Mrs J Lawton. Our Year 9 curriculum offers students Photography and Art and Design courses. The topics we have covered this term are Line, Urban and Wildwoods.

https://www.broadgreeninternationalschool.com/

School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting was open from 28th March-28th April 2020. The winners can be now be seen below!

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.

Autumn Forest study

Rachel Clarke

10 x 15cm, pen, ink

Modern building touches the sky

Jamie Whelan

30 x 40cm, digital photography

After Henri Carter Bresson

Sepher Alipour

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Autumn building

Billie-jo Todd

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Balloons in the Tree

Mya holder

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Boy with trumpet and red balloon

Robert Boyd

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Building NO. 4

Eva Roberts

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Grey Building

Dante Alfa

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Kite window reflection

Warwick Farrell

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Purple and green glasshouse

Ronan Lark

30 x 40cm, digital photography

Street Reflection

Holly Rutland

30 x 40cm, digital photography