GALLERY: Cromwell art and design students show off spectacular panels

PUBLISHED: 15:26 23 June 2014 | UPDATED: 09:19 24 June 2014

Cromwell college Chatteris,Year 11 GCSE panels from Art and Design. Left: Art teacher Natalie Smith and student Lauren Tweed.Picture: Steve Williams.

Cromwell college Chatteris,Year 11 GCSE panels from Art and Design. Left: Art teacher Natalie Smith and student Lauren Tweed.Picture: Steve Williams.

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Art and design students at a Fenland secondary school let their imaginations run wild to produce colourful panels.

The panels, which are the culmination of two years of hard work by GCSE students, are on display at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris.

Art teacher Mandy Andrews said: “The department encourages the pupils to really experiment and they work incredibly hard to achieve them.

“The panels are very time consuming so they come in before school, work through lunchtime and stay after school to make them the best they can. The pupils are very proud of them and so are we.”

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