- Leicester High School for Girls
- The art room at Leicester High School is a hub of creativity fully equipped with a wide range of resources allowing students the opportunity to experiment and develop their skills. This blog is not only a further resource for students but also an opportunity to celebrate their successes in a more public forum.
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Friday, 13 November 2015
The inaugural house art competition was judged last week and the
winners were as follows:
Alex Hague-Beamanor 100 House points
Hana Jasat- Charnwood 50 House points
Asia Unadkat- Charnwood 25 House points
A massive well done to all girls who participated
Saturday, 10 October 2015
A new round of house competitions are starting with an art competition. The art department would like lots of girls to participate. They must present a piece of artwork on a used envelope. Be creative and enjoy it!
Entries to Mrs Bott by 5 November
Friday, 11 September 2015
Yesterday the new year 10 GCSE art class visited Wells-Next-the-Sea, Norfolk. The purpose was to gather visual resources for their first project entitled "Going to the seaside". It was a glorious day and everyone was really inspired to get to work back in the classroom!
Tuesday, 30 June 2015
As another year comes to a close we acknowledge the work of every girl in year 6-13 at the annual expressive arts summer celebration. It is always a fantastic event which focusses on showcasing the work the girls have produced throughout the year.
Thursday, 12 February 2015
Yesterday, every girl taking art and design or photography went to London to visit the Drawn by Light exhibition at the Science Museum and Post Pop: East meets West at the Saatchi Gallery. It was a fantastic day out and we saw some excellent artworks which will go on to inform research for externally set units for GCSE and A level.