St Margaret's C of E Academy

About This School

We are a boy's school situated within Aigburth, the catchment area is citywide taking in Faith pupils, twenty places are admitted via exam entry the rest is any faith. We run art at all key stages as well as Photography in year nine and upwards. We have submitted a varied body of work, this hopefully shows the rich and diverse approaches within our teaching methods and practices.

http://www.stmargaretsacademy.com/

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.

Tree of conflict between two faiths

Tom Owens

42 x 30cm, Pencil, ink on paper

Standing up for Earth

Kibwe Gueye-Moyo

64 x 30cm, Mixed media on cardboard

Self Portrait 5

Josh Dowling

42 x 30cm, Pencil on Cartridge Paper

Self Portrait 6

Josh Martin

42 x 30cm, Pencil on Cartridge Paper

Self Portrait 4

Jamie Kerr

42 x 30cm, Pencil on Cartridge Paper

Self Portrait 2

Charlie Lawton

42 x 30cm, Pencil on Cartridge Paper

Bishop in a Desert

Alfie Royce

64 x 30cm, Mixed media on cardboard

Volcanic Landscape

Ben Thurgood

64 x 25cm, Mixed media on cardboard

Mechanical Hand

James Foster

42 x 30cm, Fine liner on paper

Balloon in Abstract Space

Cameron Robertson

42 x 30cm, Mixed media, watercolour on paper

Destination unknown

Louis Durstan-Wyatt

42 x 30cm, Pencil crayon on paper

Surrealist Hand Battle

David Little

42 x 30cm, Mixed media on paper

Self Portrait 3

Harvey Li

42 x 30cm, Pencil on Cartridge Paper

Self Portrait 1

Adam Lambert

42 x 30cm, Pencil on Cartridge Paper

Surreal Landscape

Oliver Vasco

64 x 30cm, Mixed media on cardboard

Angry Queen

Taylan Murray

64 x 30cm, Mixed media on cardboard

Screaming Chess Piece in Landscape

Charlie Tierney

64 x 30cm, Mixed media on cardboard