Blueberry Park Primary School

About This School

We believe every child has the right to an excellent education where eachis encouraged to do and be their best in a safe and happy learning environment.Learning is our 'core business' which we teach through a broad, balanced and inclusive curriculum that aims to inspire alife-long love of learning. Our children all know and understand our mission statement: Love Learning, Love Life! At Blueberry Park we believe that art forms an important part of the curriculum; that art education stimulates creativity and imagination whilst giving the child unique opportunities to develop intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially.

School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting is now open until 26th April 2019. The winners will be announced here on Monday 29th April. The first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at Liverpool School of Art and Design starting on the 19th June.


Constantin Cojocaru

21 x 30cm, Colour pencil


Amy Sumner

21 x 30cm, Ink

The firework display

Katie Lyons

21 x 30cm, Ink

Purple and ink

Leah Doyle

21 x 30cm, Ink


Tegan Day

21 x 30cm, Felt colours


Claire Lane

21 x 30cm, Felt colours


Katie Limbert

21 x 30cm, Colour pencil

Pacman pillow

Frankie Wilson

21 x 30cm, Felt colours

Old Man Trees

Kyle Murray

21 x 30cm, Pencil


Matagorzata Michalska

21 x 30cm, Pencil


Paris McCarthy

21 x 30cm, Felt colours


Kieran McMahon

21 x 30cm, Felt colour

Heron Mountain

Tegan Bishop Fox

30 x 27cm, Colour pencil


Francis Dixon

21 x 30cm, Felt colour


Joshua Lane

21 x 30cm, Felt colour