Art Exhibition: The Life Of A Deputy Headteacher

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Quintin Kynaston Art Exhibition


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Do you remember the time you studied Art at school? Did you ever exhibit any work?


This is a blog to showcase some of our fabulous art work from GCSE and A-level students and their work at Quintin Kynaston. Our exhibition took place on Wednesday 17th June 2015. As an former-art teacher (still practising – but not as much – at home), as well as line-manager to our art department at school, I was very impressed with our first exhibition in our new building. This was also my first expereicne as a new member of staff. Well done to the art department and all of our students. I am delighted to feature a range of images I photographed on my mobile as I ambled through the exhibition …

Key Stage 3:

Here are a small sample of key stage 3 work set up in one of the art classrooms;

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GCSE and A level:

Here are a sample of key stage 4 and 5 coursework images that were set up in the art classrooms;

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Quintin Kynaston Art Exhibition

The pick of the exhibition … (above)




Congratulations to all of our students and teachers for a fabulous evening and for producing a terrific range of artwork. I look forward to you all seeing August 2015 results.


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