Liverpool College

Year 9 Art students looked at a range of performers and artists from across the Merseyside Arts scene who have gone on to inspire them with their drama, music, dance and art work. They studied the work of David Setter and Rah Crawford as inspirations for their images. Students are currently studying identities and labels looking at a range of contemporary street artists and traditional portrait work.Liverpool College educates pupils aged 4-19 on a 28 acre campus in South Liverpool. Since 1840, our ambition and mission is to help the young people of Liverpool and beyond to fulfil their dreams by providing them a transformational and exceptional education. Since our transition to academy status in 2013, we are able to do this for more pupils and, crucially, without regard to the ability to pay fees. Our school motto, 'Non solum ingenii verum etiam virtutis', 'Not only the intellect but also character,' taken from Cicero, reflects the College's constant aim to educate the whole person.

School Competition Entries


Jay Mabrouk

21cm x 30cm, Pencil

Paul O'Grady

Nicolaas Salmon

21cm x 30cm, Magic marker Pen

John Lennon 3

Jasmine Kalirai

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

John Lennon 5

Gabby Evans

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink


Bethany Webster

21cm x 30cm, mixed media

Craig Charles

Matthew Robson

21cm x 30cm, Paint and pen

John Lennon 6

Isabella Maddelena

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

In the city

Holly Connors

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

John Lennon 1

Katie Liu

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

John Lennon 2

Natasha Canning

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

John Lennon 4

Harriete Cardona Knowles

21cm x 30cm, Pencil

Out with Friends

Chloe Ho

21cm x 30cm, Print

My inspiration

Millie Mcvey Orange

21cm x 30cm, Paint

Alexei Sayle

Hong Wong

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

The Aliens

Harry Parkinson

21cm x 30cm, Print

John Lennon 7

Lucy Bell

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink

Frida Kahlo

Sairy Sapkota

21cm x 30cm, Pen and ink