Range High School

About This School

At Range High, we challenge all pupils in our school to excel academically and creatively. We pride ourselves on our supportive environment where our pupils develop a sense of security and identity, and where they can contribute to both our school and the wider community. The Art Department is a vibrant and stimulating environment in which our students learn to extend their existing creative skills. They develop their ability to work independently and communicate and express ideas through a variety of visual skills. The approach to this year's dot-art competition has been exceptional. Well done year 9!


dot-art Schools Champion

This school has been generously supported by Go3 Partners through our dot-art Schools Champions programme.


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.

Urban Rain

Daniel Blackburn

30 x 21cm, Pen, colour pencil on paper

Under the Rainbow

Matthew Senior

42 x 30cm, Ink, gouache on board

Tree of Life

Tom O'Donnell

28 x 40cm, Paper, glitter, sequins

To Infinity and Beyond

Charlotte Berry

39 x 57cm, Acrylic, mixed media on board

Dancin' in the Moonlight

Lily Parr

42 x 30cm, Acrylic on board

A Lizard's Twilight

Rebecca Leech

27 x 40cm, Ink and Paper


Katie Leech

30 x 42cm, Pen, poster paint on board

Breakfast at Tiffanys

Sophie Kilkelly

21 x 28cm, Pencil on paper

Colour Blind

Amelia Stewart

30 x 42cm, Acrylic paint on board

Lola's Mind

Emma Netscher

30 x 20cm, Pencil, colour pencil, pen on paper


Anna Moreland

28 x 40cm, Watercolour, pen on paper


Molly Ebo

30 x 21cm, Acrylic, pen on board

Lucid Dreams

Rosy Hale

30 x 21cm, Watercolour, acrylic, pen, pencil on paper

Self Portrait

Ethan Holden

30 x 21cm, Pen, pencil on paper


Elizabeth Al-Mulla

27 x 33cm, Acrylic, pencil on paper

Beauty and the Beast

Evie Welsford

30 x 21cm, Watercolour, pencil on paper


Scarlett Wilkins

40 x 25cm, Acrylic paint, colour pencil on board

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Amelia Grimshaw

29 x 22cm, Colour pencil on paper

Floral Fantasy

Millie Burns

30 x 42cm, Pen on paper


Ria Fessy

30 x 42cm, Acrylic on board


Megan Tunley

35 x 54cm, Pen, poster paint on board

Calling home

Jessica Dwyer

30 x 42cm, Acrylic, watercolour on board

The Eyeline

Katherine Lyall

30 x 42cm, Acrylic on board