Grange Academy secondary pupil Mya has taken top spot in a national festive card competition with her stunning digital Christmas tree design.
Run by award winning online interactive learning space Purple Mash the winning designs are currently available as personalised digital cards in a learning activity for all users of the highly regarded digital educational platform.
Grange ICT co-ordinator Claudine Rowley commented “Mya worked incredibly hard on her design; she chose the digital painting technique carefully and used various parts of the 2Paint application.”
Grange Academy headteacher Rachel Timms added” I am very proud of Mya for using her ICT skills to create such a beautiful, winning card which really captures the Christmas atmosphere; seeing her work recognised by Purple Mash shows just what a high standard she reached! ICT is a strength of our school and pupils achieve fantastic results in the subject.”
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