Year 11 artists have been praised for their ‘magnificent’ art work after officials and community members visited their exhibition.
The young people, who were in their final year at Pool Academy this Year, displayed their talent in the Pool School Art Gallery.
Parents, officials and community members were invited to a viewing of their work and many left in awe of the pieces created as part of their GCSE Art coursework.
Clive Bramley, Chair of Governors at Pool Academy, said: “I was blown away and left speechless by the magnificent art work exhibited by our students.
“I visit many art exhibitions and this one was outstanding. Our students deserve, and teachers deserve, enormous credit. Absolutely fantastic.”
Mr Hague, CEO from Crofty MAT and former Headteacher of Illogan school, said: “Quite simply, the exhibition was an outstanding display of artistic creativity.
“Staff and students of Pool Academy are yet again setting the highest standards."
Jonty Lees, curator, said: “This year Pool School Gallery has shown work by many well-known artists.
“We are delighted that the final exhibition before the summer holidays shows work by young people from Pool Academy.
“The year 11 GCSE exhibition is fantastic. I am so impressed by the work on display. The range of ideas, materials and creativity is inspiring.
“Art teacher Mrs Ellis and her team have done a wonderful job.
“The students, their families and friends can be very proud.”
Mrs Ellis said: “It’s been a very creative and busy year in the Art department this year.
“The Year 11s have worked really hard to complete all the requirements needed to pass GCSE Art and have shown high levels of commitment and maturity to their work.
“The work is very diverse and individual with each student having the opportunity to explore their own interests.
“I am very proud of all the students and delighted that we are lucky enough to display their work in the Pool School Gallery.”