Blooming Marvellous!Blooming Marvellous!

llandudno-in-bloomOn Friday, 11th October, Ysgol John Bright was pleased to welcome the Mayor of LLandudno, Gary Burchett, who presented the winners of the ‘Llandudno in Bloom’ competition with their prizes.

The ‘Llandudno in Bloom’ competition is an annual event where students from the school work in conjunction with the town council on a community related project. The competition’s judges come from across the UK. They assess towns and villages in England and Wales, on the beauty of the flower displays in the local community. The student’s work has been used for the cover design, as well as some of the contents within, the ‘Bloom project brochure. These entries have then been displayed in Venue Cymru during the summer for the general public to view.

The hope is that this work will raise awareness and appreciation for the beauty of the local environment that we live in and to further develop working links between the school and the local community. Having the work displayed in, and appreciated by, the local community, builds the confidence and self-esteem of our students, and underlines the importance of Art and Design in a work based setting.

Students in picture from left to right – Sophie Hendy Year 12, Lauren Williams Year 9, Ayshe Yumerova Year 12 and Sam Jones Year 9.llandudno-in-bloomOn Friday, 11th October, Ysgol John Bright was pleased to welcome the Mayor of LLandudno, Gary Burchett, who presented the winners of the ‘Llandudno in Bloom’ competition with their prizes.

The ‘Llandudno in Bloom’ competition is an annual event where students from the school work in conjunction with the town council on a community related project. The competition’s judges come from across the UK. They assess towns and villages in England and Wales, on the beauty of the flower displays in the local community. The student’s work has been used for the cover design, as well as some of the contents within, the ‘Bloom project brochure. These entries have then been displayed in Venue Cymru during the summer for the general public to view.

The hope is that this work will raise awareness and appreciation for the beauty of the local environment that we live in and to further develop working links between the school and the local community. Having the work displayed in, and appreciated by, the local community, builds the confidence and self-esteem of our students, and underlines the importance of Art and Design in a work based setting.

Students in picture from left to right – Sophie Hendy Year 12, Lauren Williams Year 9, Ayshe Yumerova Year 12 and Sam Jones Year 9

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