This year’s theme ‘Seeing is Believing’ appeared to stimulate even more interest than usual with the highest numbers of entries to date – both from students and staff.
The results of this Geography Photography competition were announced in Assembly on Friday 1st November. Photographs taken over the summer were joyfully judged by a panel of three – Mrs Heywood, Miss White and Mrs Mason in October and then prizes and an Assembly were prepared for the much anticipated announcements.
The interpretation of ‘Seeing is Believing’ was so diverse ranging from a sombre image of a Belgian World War cemetery from Tansy (Form I) to cows on a beach in Azerbaijan from Lina (Form V). The various creative elements were much appreciated by the audience with Form V’s Frances’s dramatic lightning shot possibly stealing the show. Seacole House was loudly applauded as the overall winning House.
Watch this space in summer for the announcement of next year’s theme!
Mrs B Mason
Head of Humanities Faculty