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House Logo Competition

House Logo Competition


Lauren Wright
Lauren Wright
House Logo Competition

We are celebrating our new House Logos this term.  Thanks to the outcome of our house competition, the students have created some brilliant designs that are now highly visible around the school.  The designs are both bold and vibrant and have created a new energy among the house team.  

In our recent house assemblies the students entered the hall with the logos displayed loud and proud on the screen and the winners were congratulated and awarded prizes.  Each house is now taking on an identity that will be visibly evident in all future competitive events.  We are really looking forward to our House Arts Event next term and are currently receiving entries from large numbers of students.
Thank you to everyone who entered the logo competition.  The entries were of an incredibly high standard and we had great difficulty choosing the finalists.  We would like to celebrate our winners and those who submitted terrific designs, highlighted below.
House
Students

Ash

Andrea Hutchinson & Zak Kassapian

Beech

Ayesha Hanif & Niall O’Shea

Elm

Zelal Cokgezki & Noah Faruque

Maple

Heather White & Noah Haines

Oak

Jhanavi Tiwari & Nithursha Jegatheeswaran

Sycamore

Riyana Hirani & Isabella Stovey

Willow

Isabel Malin & Kavya Metha

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