Windrush Valley Prep School Oxfordshire is delighted to announce the exceptional achievements of its budding artists. Out of the 65 talented children who eagerly submitted their artwork to this year’s prestigious ‘Young Art Oxford‘ competition, an impressive 12 pupils have earned the distinction of receiving High Commended certificates. This remarkable accomplishment is particularly noteworthy considering the competition received nearly 3,000 entries, underscoring the significance of their recognition.
The young artists at Windrush Valley Prep School have exhibited exceptional creativity, skill, and unwavering dedication in their submissions. Their imaginative pieces have not only captivated the discerning eyes of judges but have also resonated with their peers, highlighting the wealth of talent thriving within the school’s creative community. These 12 pupils can rightfully hold their heads high, knowing that their efforts have earned them a place among the finest young artists in the region.
For those eager to immerse themselves in this inspiring artwork, the winning pieces are available for viewing online. Furthermore, they can be acquired in the form of Greeting Cards, Art Prints, and Digital Downloads. By doing so, you not only celebrate the talent and hard work of these young artists but also contribute to the Great Ormond Street Hospital fund raising.
Windrush Valley Prep School extends its wholehearted congratulations to the 12 gifted pupils whose exceptional contributions to the ‘Young Art Oxford’ competition have been duly recognised. Their achievements serve as a powerful testament to the school’s unwavering commitment to nurturing creativity and encouraging artistic talent.
As we applaud these young artists, we also express our heartfelt gratitude to parents for their unwavering encouragement and steadfast support. Your belief in their abilities has played a crucial role in their artistic journey, and we commend you for fostering such a nurturing environment for their talents to flourish. Thank you also goes to the teachers and staff who were involved throughout.