An enjoyable morning was spent at City Hall on Thursday when Neeam and Dylan from Year 7 received their prizes as runners up in the Mayor of London’s 4th Plinth Arts Award. Their success came in the 12-15 year old age category. Their creativity was put to good use in their entry entitled #Oppose Poachers. Here you can see the boys with their work, the message behind it and with the judge of the 3,200 entries from all 33 London boroughs, Gillian Wearing. Gillian’s statue of suffragist Millicent Fawcett sits in Parliament Square, the first female to be represented there. Huge congratulations boys! Mrs F Walsh
You can view the exhibition at City Hall until 28th June 2019.