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Young artists exhibit work in Woodford

PUBLISHED: 16:18 08 July 2015 | UPDATED: 16:18 08 July 2015

Woodbridge High School's annual art exhibition of GCSE and A-Level students' work. A level student Rochelle Austin, 17 with her work

Woodbridge High School's annual art exhibition of GCSE and A-Level students' work. A level student Rochelle Austin, 17 with her work

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Talented young artists celebrated the end of their exams with an exhibition showcasing their creativity.

Woodbridge High School's annual art exhibition of GCSE and A-Level students' workWoodbridge High School's annual art exhibition of GCSE and A-Level students' work

Woodbridge High School held the annual event on Monday, featuring GCSE and A-level work such as portraits, models and abstract pieces.

The event took place in St Barnabas Road, Woodford

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Assistant headteacher Jeremy Clifton said: “We are proud and delighted with the quality of work on display.

“This is the culmination of a year’s hard work for the GCSE and A-level students and it’s a lovely way to showcase their wonderful talent.

“Many are now moving on to degree-level courses that will further develop their skills. We wish them all the very best with their future careers.”


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