Broadgreen International School

Broadgreen International School is a larger than average secondary school which is one of the most popular schools in the City. We are unique in the fact that we are the only International School in Liverpool and the first state school to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. We are a truly inclusive school and we take every opportunity to put pupils at the centre of learning. Broadgreen is proud to host a Deaf Resource Base to support our Deaf students. We also have the ARC, our resource base for young people who are physically disabled. Our school is also involved in a collaborative Trust with two universities. Broadgreen international School Art Department recognises the achievement of KS3 pupils through opportunities such as Artsaward as part of its Curriculum across year 9, last year over half of the cohort achieved Bronze Artsaward. We have 3 staff in our Art Department they are: Curriculum Leader- Ms K Mahon, Teacher of Art- Mr N Garner and Teacher of Art- Mrs J Lawton. Our Year 9 curriculum covers 3 distinctive themes: Chinese Arts, Urban Arts and Modernism. We hope you enjoy looking at our current year 9s work.

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School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting was open from 3rd April to 5th May 2017. The winners can be now be seen below and the first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at St Georges Hall in Liverpool starting on the 16th June.

Blossom and Fire

Louis Shaw

30 x 38cm, Watercolour paint

Aboriginal Elephant

Jessica Hulbert

60 x 42cm, Acrylic and ink

Paisley Prince

Nicola Atkinson

42 x 30cm, Felt pen, marbling ink, clay and acrylic

Japanese Phoenix

Charlotte Smyth

25 x 24cm, Watercolour paint

Japanese Tiger

Ali Cicek

28 x 24cm, Watercolour paint, fineliner

Indian Elephant

Chloe Parr

60 x 42cm, Acrylic and ink

Aboriginal Kangaroo

Hannah Smith

60 x 42cm, Acrylic and ink

Deep thoughts of life

Dorina Dobrick

42 x 30cm, Ink on paper

Marble Elephant

Hannah Hughes

39 x31cm, Acrylic and ink

Madhubani figure

Leighton Moffitt

42 x 30cm, Felt pen, marbling ink, clay and acrylic

Madhubani Prince

Anthony Riley

42 x 30cm, Felt pen, marbling ink, clay and acrylic

Madhubani bird

Kampler Saleh

42 x 30cm, Felt pen, marbling ink, clay and acrylic

Madhubani Montage

Liam Turner

42 x 30cm, Felt pen, marbling ink, clay and acrylic