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Royal College of Art’s Young Art Competition

One of the competition winners Christoper with his dad- a Wetherby old boy!!
One of the competition winners Christoper with his dad- a Wetherby old boy!!


At Wetherby School the boys can showcase their art in a variety of ways and occasionally in support of a great charity. The Royal College of Art has an annual competition whereby selected artwork of young people is chosen to be exhibited at the college in Kensington. Boys who enter make a small donation and in doing so raise money for incredible charities. In 2017 the young artists supported Cancer Research UK via the UCL Institute of Child Health located in Great Ormond Street.

In 2017, twenty two Wetherby boys had their artwork exhibited at this prestigious college which is a huge creative achievement for them and we are very proud indeed!

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