Dozens of talented students hosted a world-class art exhibition of their work

Year 11 and 13 GCSE Art students at The King Alfred School Academy displayed their stunning artwork in an exhibition at the school.

There were some superb pieces of work to be exhibited.

Principal Dan Milford said: “This was a fabulous exhibition of art with some amazing talented students able to get a wider audience for their work.”

Art teacher Maya Wallis said: “The students produced some really fantastic work and are a credit to themselves after having an entire year of having to work outside of the art department with minimal materials and equipment. We really are proud of them all!”


Students taking part were also part of the school’s thriving Sixth Form which is part of The Priory Learning Trust.

It is attracting students from schools in Weston-super-Mare including Priory Community School Academy, Worle Community School Academy, as well as Bridgwater.

TKASA Sixth Form has a 100% pass rate, with many students going onto top universities and apprenticeships across the country.

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