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Royal Academy Selects Student Work for Summer Exhibition

A Year 8 student at Lambeth Academy, Imani Brieussel Dickson, is celebrating after her artwork was selected for the Royal Academy of Arts’ prestigious Young Artists’ Summer Show.

The annual art show is an opportunity for pupils aged 5-19 across the country to have their work exhibited online and on-site at the Royal Academy of Arts. To enter the competition, pupils, their teacher or their parent must submit a photo of the artwork they have created online. These submitted pieces are then put before a judging panel of art experts, who have the difficult task of selecting the stand-out works that will go on to feature in the exhibition.

To win her place in this year’s competition, talented young artist Imani submitted a photograph entitled ‘Diversity’. Describing her artwork, Imani said:

“My art piece is a photograph of my feet in my skin matching pointe shoes that I took with the self-timer on my mum's SLR camera. The matching brown skins ballet shoes only came out in 2018 and I think it represents the development in which opportunities have opened for all in the world of ballet.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Academy Selects Student Work for Summer Exhibition

 


LAMBETH ACADEMY CELEBRATES 'GOOD' OFSTED

Students and staff at Lambeth Academy are celebrating after being rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, with inspectors praising the strong progress that has been made since the school’s last inspection.

Following their visit last month, the inspectors have highlighted how “ambitious” leaders are for each student, resulting in their “high” achievement across a range of subjects. Their report credits the “strong leadership” of Executive Principal Leon Wilson and his team for driving forward recent improvements, with students, staff and parents all welcoming the changes that have been put in place.

 

LAMBETH ACADEMY CELEBRATES 'GOOD' OFSTED

 


LAMBETH ACADEMY HOSTS CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS

This week, students across Lambeth Academy have been taking part in celebrations to mark the Chinese New Year.

Based on the lunar calendar, this year’s Chinese New Year was on 25th January and sees us usher in the Year of the Rat. The rat is the first of all zodiac creatures and in Chinese culture is associated with prosperity and the welcoming of a new day. 

LAMBETH ACADEMY HOSTS CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS

 


Strong Showing at GCSE for Lambeth Academy

Students from Lambeth Academy are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results today.

Overall, 58% of students achieved five or more good passes (grade 4 or above) including English and maths this year.

Strong Showing at GCSE for Lambeth Academy

 


Carmen! Performance at London's Olympic Park

Last night, pupils from Lambeth Academy took to the stage at the Copper Box Arena to perform in a fantastic production of Carmen! alongside their peers from United Learning’s national group of schools.

Carmen! Performance at London's Olympic Park

 


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