Isabella And Bode Impress At National ISA Art Competition

Crackley Hall School | 21 Dec 2018
Junior 5 pupil Isabella Ward, and former Little Crackers pupil, Bode Owen, were both recently recognised in the Independent Schools’ Association’s prestigious National Art Competition.
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Junior 5 pupil Isabella Ward, and former Little Crackers pupil, Bode Owen, were both recently recognised in the Independent Schools’ Association’s prestigious National Art Competition.

Isabella's 'Saxon Weaving', which she produced last year in Junior 4, and Bode's 'Masai People and Beads' both received Highly Commended in the Key Stage 2 Textile Art class and EYFS and Key Stage 1 3D Art class respectively.

The National competition followed on from the Regional Midlands competition which took place back in September where Crackley Hall School received the following results:

KS2 Textile Art Individual: 1st Place Isabella Ward - Saxon Weaving

EYFS & KS1 3D Art Individual: 1st Place Bode Owen - Masai People and Beads

KS2 3D Art Individual: 2nd Place India Ferguson - String Panda

EYFS & KS1 Textile Art Individual: Highly Commended Milana Lambeth - Heart Strings

All of the artists are to be congratulated on their success.



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Crackley Hall is a mixed 4-11 independent Catholic day school with some 245 pupils, we have our own on-site day nursery, Little Crackers which takes children from two years old.

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