GCSE and A-level art work expected to be among best in the country displayed at Kings Langley School

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An exhibition of art, design, photography and textiles work was shown to parents of Kings Langley School pupils and the public on Monday.

The display of work ranged from GCSE to A Level, including those students aiming for 100 per cent in their courses.

Year 12 Photography student Sarah-Jayne Walmsley had her work on display at the exhibition.

Year 12 Photography student Sarah-Jayne Walmsley had her work on display at the exhibition.

One Year 11 student, Shani Mellor, is aspiring for an A* grade when she gets her results in August.

She said: “Our subject for the course was forces, and so I chose to look at the force of the imagination and surrealism. I looked at things you wouldn’t normally see, such as mixing faces and landscapes, to get the imagination going. I have really enjoyed the year and both years of the course were good.”

Advanced skills teacher in art and design Annie Hearne said: “This exhibition represents the arts specialism we have in the school.

“We have some students who we will hope will get 100 per cent per cent which will put them in the top 10 per cent of the country, and we have had other students attaining that in the last three years.

“This was an opportunity for students to showcase their work in a really exciting way. We hope people will give us an evaluation and tell us their thoughts.”

Music composed by students was also played throughout the show.