05:00PM, Tuesday 12 July 2016
Young artists had the chance for their work to be exhibited alongside work from the professionals.
Pupils from Trevelyan Middle School in Windsor were entered into the National Students’ Exhibition which features the best young artists from around the country.
The school entered seven pupils to be considered for the exhibition, with three getting selected.
Artwork by 13-year-olds Jasmine Nuttall-Smith, Eric Mannke and Lilly Hobbins was hung in the exhibition in the Mall Galleries in London which ran from Monday, July 4 to Friday, July 8.
Work by Phoebe Medcalf, Fabian Quayle, Mannat Verma and Ellie Charles-Collett was also highly commended.
Phil York, assistant headteacher and head of art at the school in Wood Close, said: “The majority of the work on display was from years 11, 12 and 13.
“So for these year sevens to have their work selected for the exhibition was a real accomplishment and they should be extremely proud of this wonderful achievement."
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