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GCSE Fine Art Exhibition

Posted on: June 25th 2018

GCSE Fine Art Exhibition 2018

This year's GCSE Fine Art exhibition was held on a very hot evening on the 25th June. However the heat did not put off the large numbers of families, students, staff and governors who came to celebrate the hard work and achievements of Yellow Year.

A lovely evening was had by all in attendance.




To view a Gallery of the GCSE Fine Art Work click here


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