Warminster’s Inter House Art Competition took place over the past two weeks. Pupils were able to enter any type of artwork to support their House from a creative aspect. Artwork could be any size and format – including drawing, painting, mixed media, photography, ceramics or textiles.

The judging took place with specific criteria, requiring each House 'Collection' to reflect work representing all year groups, variety and quality.  Artist, Natalie Clarke, judged the competition and commented, “The standard of creativity was fantastic and it was lovely to view such a diverse range of work.”

There were awards for best artwork in each House and these went to:

Lower School
Oliver Nathan (Arnold), Alice Greig (Denys), Luke Williams (Ken)

Middle School
Max Godfrey-Faussett (Arnold), Bea McIntosh (Denys), Hannah Kirwan (Ken)

Senior School
Phoebe Scammell (Arnold), Titus Lee (Ken), Mitchell Betts (Denys) awarded The Best Artwork  in Competition.

The winning pieces will be exhibited in the Library during Speech Day.

The overall results were as follows:

3rd place: KEN

2nd place: ARNOLD

1st place: DENYS

Chris Kemble, Teacher of Art & Photography