Hilbre High School

About This School

Hilbre High is a non-selective, mixed ability school. The aim of the Art and Design Department is to encourage students to look at, become aware of and appreciate the world in which they live. This aim is realised through both practical work and art appreciation.

https://www.hilbre.wirral.sch.uk/

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.

Sunset

Mia Ellis

29 x 41 cm, Watercolour, acrylic

Tree Frog

Gabrielle Cashin

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil, collage

John Lennon

Matthew Williams

29 x 41cm, graphite pencil

Ballet

Kyra Harpur

26 x 23cm, Acrylic, pencil

City

Maisy Jones

25 x 30cm, acrylic

Dog

Jessica McDonald

29 x 41 cm, Watercolour, marker, pencil

Face the wave

Claudia Beaumont

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil

Field View

Emily Salkeld

46 x 61cm, Acrylic, pastel, pencil

Girl in Green

Ruby Stevenson

19 x 29cm, pencil, watercolour

Horse

Romany Murphy

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil, watercolour

Iguana

Joel Collison

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil

Planets

Lily Davies

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil

Red Haired Girl

Peggy Gordon

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil, watercolour

Self portrait

Sophie Clarke

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, sequins, watercolour, pencil

Shark

Luca Killick

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil

Stag

Emily Kelly

25 x 30cm, Acrylic, pencil

Susie's self portrait

Susannah Kennedy

21 x 28cm, Acrylic, pencil

Toucan

Kiera Tudor

29 x 41cm, pencil, ink

Wolf Girl

Olivia Thornton-Allen

29 x 41 cm, Watercolour, pencil

Zeppelin

George Lally

29 x 41cm, Acrylic, pencil, watercolour