Schools Against Racism

 

Year 8 Art Students Excel in "Schools Against Racism" Poster Competition

Our Year 8 Art students have once again demonstrated their talent and commitment by participating in the annual "Schools Against Racism" poster competition, organised by Race Equality First. This prestigious event, aimed at promoting awareness and combating racism through creative expression, saw an impressive participation from schools across Cardiff, with over 400 entries submitted.

We are delighted to announce that Ella Coslett secured first place with her outstanding poster, a testament to her creativity and dedication. In addition, Paula Eberl-Lopez's work was recognised as one of the winning entries, highlighting the exceptional talent within our student body.

The awards ceremony was graced by the presence of TV and radio presenter Jason Mohammad, who presented the awards to the winning pupils. His attendance added a special touch to the event, inspiring our students and reinforcing the importance of their efforts in promoting racial equality.

Our success in this competition reflects the hard work and dedication of our Art faculty, who have continuously supported and nurtured our students' talents. Their guidance and encouragement have been instrumental in helping our students achieve such remarkable results. We are immensely proud of our Art department's commitment to fostering an inclusive and creative learning environment.

Head Teacher Nick John expressed his pride in the students' achievements, stating, "We are incredibly proud of Ella, Paula, and all our students who participated in the competition. Their hard work and creativity have not only brought recognition to our school but also contributed to a vital cause. Our thanks go to the Art faculty for their unwavering support and dedication to our students' success."

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Ella Coslett and Paula Eberl-Lopez, and to all the students who participated in the competition. Your efforts are truly commendable, and you have made Whitchurch High School proud.