Two Nailsea School pupils were the winners in the Rotary’s Young Photographer Competition.
From a bumper entry teacher Rachel Davies selected the best images submitted from KS3, 4 and 5 students.
Of the 20 shortlisted the photographs were then whittled down further by a small panel made up of Rotarians and a member of Backwell Camera Club.
The standard was very high and eventually the KS 4/5 winner was declared to be Harrison, aged 15, and in K3, Erin,13, who both live in Yatton.
The winners were presented with a Certificate of Achievement and an Amazon voucher by the current Rotary Club of Nailsea and Backwell president Andrew Bale..
The entries by the two winners now go forward to the next stage of the competition, which is a district-wide heat with up to 60 clubs submitting their local winners.
Our photos by Rotarian Roy Ackrill shows Harrison with his winning picture to the right of his certificate and Erin with hers to the right of her head
Winning young Nailsea School photographers
EXTRA EXTRA: Nailsea School has published an extra curricular directory featuring all the fun and more serious things that go on at lunchtime and after school at the Mizzymead Road campus and beyond. It lists details under the headings of sport, global citizen, support, Stem and wilderness as well as The Link external clubs and hirers. Academic pursuits are listed along with angling and wind band workshops, DofE award scheme and much, much more. Download your copy HERE
OPEN EVENING:Nailsea School is on Thursday, September 28, 5-8pm book online here https://www.nailseaschool.com/join-us/open-evening/