Students from John Colet School, Wendover, welcomed visitors to a public art exhibition at Queens Park Centre in Aylesbury.
Year 12 and 13 students, studying for a BTEC Art qualification, were briefed to create a piece of art based on recycling. The art displayed featured a model person made from old wires, an eagle made mostly from a selection of old gloves and a wire fox on a carved wooden base.
Art teacher Sally Bulteel said: “Seeing all the students work on display is wonderful, I am incredibly proud of this group who all work incredibly hard and continually support and encourage one another.
“This is the first time the John Colet has run an Art and Design BTEC and it is proving to be a great subject choice.”
The students exhibiting were Josie Mullins, Sally Sharp, Rebecca Walford, Elle Riche, Hannah Mizen-Carney, Lily Moore, Sean Battista and Tia Daley.