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Ilford school celebrates GCSE success with art exhibition

PUBLISHED: 07:46 03 July 2015 | UPDATED: 07:46 03 July 2015

The children of Cranbrook School in Ilford are having an exhibition of their work. Other school students seen here having a look at some of the work together with Executive Principal David Morrison

The children of Cranbrook School in Ilford are having an exhibition of their work. Other school students seen here having a look at some of the work together with Executive Principal David Morrison

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As the children finish their exams and leave for the summer a school has celebrated their hard work with an art exhibition.

Cranbrook School in Mansfield Road, Ilford, held its second annual GCSE art exhibition for fellow students, teachers and parents to enjoy.

Art teacher, Amanda Hon-Ng, said: “The students made a splendid show of their individual creativity and artistic skills, and the exhibition demonstrates their hard work to a wider audience.”

The exhibition is a culmination of a portfolio of coursework created over four terms and an externally set theme or exam taken in the spring term.

The young artists’ work displayed at the exhibition were Yasin Hussein, Salma Rafiq and Manisha Tailor.


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