Pupils have returned to school vibrant, creative and ready to learn.
The last few years have been disjointed and difficult at times but pupils have risen to challenge and on the whole completed projects to a good standard, keeping up to date and artistic.
GCSE worked around issues with no set exam in 2021 showing dedication to complete fantastic portfolios of work to back up great final results. All pupils achieved good GCSE standard grades and we are extremely proud at Newfield the results they gained after such a difficult key stage 4. Some work they completed is shown below and it really does have the WOW factor with Robert Conway commended by Sefton Young Artist of the Year for his wonderful piece Plague.
‘Art is the uniting of the subjective with the objective, of nature with reason, of the unconscious with the conscious, and therefore art is the highest means of knowledge’
Onwards and Upwards
Miss Stone - Art and Design
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Keep up your good work - we are proud of you and are here to support you.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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