29 Aug 2014
Imagine living in the world 500 years from now. The place has changed, the polar ice caps have melted and the human population have adapted to living in this new environment.
This is what students from across the school have all been wondering as they prepare their portraits for the annual Les Peterkin Portrait Prize.
Students have worked extremely hard on capturing an image of what faces might look like in the future. Students have been asked the question; do they think our facial features have changed? Do we still have hair, two eyes, a mouth, nose and ears?
Students interpreted these questions in many creative and colourful ways, just take a look at their portraits.
Many thanks to the class teachers, support staff and Mrs Lawrence for helping with this year's entries.