Creative talents on show

Ben Waygood with his Bedside Lamp. Year 12 Product Design.

Ben Waygood with his Bedside Lamp. Year 12 Product Design. - Credit: Archant

INNOVATIVE and creative talents were demonstrated in a show organised by Portishead school pupils.

Naomi Shallcross with her Children Toy Box. Yeat 13 Product Design.

Naomi Shallcross with her Children Toy Box. Yeat 13 Product Design. - Credit: Archant

With an Art Deco theme, key stage four and five students at Gordano School presented their design and technology Golden Lights exhibition, displaying a variety of product creation, fashion design and graphics work to an enthusiastic and appreciative audience.

Leah Case with her Bedside Lamp. Year 12 Product Design.

Leah Case with her Bedside Lamp. Year 12 Product Design. - Credit: Archant

A short award ceremony to recognise outstanding contributions concluded the event, which included refreshments supplied by the school’s catering students.

Models wearing designs by GCSE Textile students Maise Ashmead, Kayleigh Boyce and Wasima Khan.

Models wearing designs by GCSE Textile students Maise Ashmead, Kayleigh Boyce and Wasima Khan. - Credit: Archant

Ed Wheatcroft and his lectern, Year12 Product Design.

Ed Wheatcroft and his lectern, Year12 Product Design. - Credit: Archant

AS Textiles Costume Project. Designers modeling their own designs. Lottie Hocking-Alice in Wonderlan

AS Textiles Costume Project. Designers modeling their own designs. Lottie Hocking-Alice in Wonderland, Catherine Pilsworth-Narnia and Laura Bilgin-Breafast at Tiffany's. - Credit: Archant

A2 Textiles. Designers modeling their own designs. Bethany Hawker in her Africa inspired coat and Am

A2 Textiles. Designers modeling their own designs. Bethany Hawker in her Africa inspired coat and Amelia Landon in her Portugal inspired shell dress. - Credit: Archant

Jay Lenthall with his bag design created for his Textiles GCSE.

Jay Lenthall with his bag design created for his Textiles GCSE. - Credit: Archant


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