The three students won vouchers for themselves and money for the school.
The award-winning Loreto artists were: Grace McConnell Year 12 - £250, Amelie Millar Year 10 - £250, Jayla Harrison Year 10 - £50. Additional money was awarded to the Loreto Art Department, bringing the total to £1000. Head of Art, Mrs Michelle McGill, paid tribute to the students, while both Mrs McGill and her colleague Miss O’Brien were congratulated by Miss Belinda Toner, College Principal.
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