Maricourt High School

About This School

Maricourt seeks to provide and sustain a living Catholic community which is rooted in Christian values and where growth and knowledge, respect, love and fellowship are shared by all.

School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting was open from 4th-28th April 2018. The winners can be now be seen below and the first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at LJMU School of Art and Design starting on the 22nd June.

Acrylic Dreams

Luke Hallman

26cm x 30cm, Acrylic on canvas

Mononoke (Pretty Flower)

Millie Power

14cm x 22cm, Pencil


Hannah Mulligan

30cm x 42cm, Photograph

The Dream

Ella Collinge

30cm x 40cm, Mixed media on canvas

Rainbow Reflection

Anthony McHale

50cm x 76cm, Ink and pencil on canvas

Purple Abyss

Evelyn Baker

30cm x 42cm, Photograph

En Pointe

Erin Adams

16cm x 25cm, Pencil on paper


Caitlin Roberts

30cm x 42cm, Photograph

The Darkest Point

Amy Reeves

21cm x 29cm, Pencil, paint, ink and pastel

In the Wings

Heather Barry

14cm x 17cm, mixed media on paper


Hannah Carney

30cm x 42cm, Collage and pencil

Funky Trunky

Leah Challinor

30cm x 42cm, Pencil and ink

Wax Lyrical

Abbie Mahoney

30cm x 42cm, Wax on canvas

The Leaving of Liverpool

Ella Roberts

15cm x 20cm, Photograph

All Things Nice

Gerad Mooney

23cm x 29cm, Ink on paper

Time stands Still

Megan Smith

16cm x 23cm, Pencil and ink


Jamie Martin

23cm x 28cm, Pencil and ink

Blue Haze

Chloe Curran

42cm x 58cm, Pencil and paint


Matt McKenna

42cm x 49cm, Mixed media

Abstract Horizon

Shaun Mullin

30cm x 42cm, Photograph

How Succulent

Lucy Davies

20cm x 26cm, Paint

Don't Touch

Francesca Richardson

21cm x 29cm, Paint


Sonny Doyle

35cm x 45cm, Oil on canvas


Alexander Farley

17cm x 17cm, Paint


Rhea Monaghan

42cm x 49cm, Mixed media