Ursuline Catholic Primary School

About This School

National curriculum art is a vital part of a child's education and involves exploring the properties of materials and their textures, experimenting with different effects, and having the freedom to create. Creativity is an important part of the national curriculum, as it encourages children to work independently.


dot-art Schools Champion

This school has been generously supported by Sarah Hall Go3 partners through our dot-art Schools Champions programme.


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.

Dark Leader

Sam Scott

21 x 28cm, colour pencils on cartridge paper

Waterfall of Art

Phoebe Vine

42 x 60cm, acrylics on canvas

Dark Storm

Patrick Roose

30 x 42cm, acrylics on cartridge paper

The Season Eye

Arran Brooks

21 x 28cm, colour pencils on cartridge paper

Seasons Change

Katy Galfasoro

21 x 28cm, acrylics on canvas

Wonky Road

Owen Sutton

21 x 28cm, acrylics on canvas

The Lost Ball

George Long

11 x 15cm, colour pencils on cartridge paper

Blue Confusion

Olivia White

30 x 42cm, mixed media

The Human Candle

Oliver Pownell

21 x 28cm, pencil on cartridge paper

Colour Switch

Sophia Otty

21 x 28cm, acrylics on canvas

Sweet Dreams

Sophia Verinder Talbot

21 x 21cm, acrylics on canvas

New Flag

Ava Lynch

21 x 28cm, acrylics on canvas