Students and staff can still register their vote for their favourite peaceful photograph, in a competition held to commemorate World Peace Day.
Ms Watts launched the competition in assembly and students were asked to submit a photograph that represented peace, humour or celebration.
50 entries were received and were shortlisted down to a final 12, all of which can be viewed and voted for on the VLE. Many students also supplied a description of photographs. Some were taken specifically for the competition, while others were existing ones that fitted the criteria.
The winning photographer will receive a £25 voucher and have their work put on permanent display. To view the entries and register your vote, visit the student section of the VLE, where the competition and voting process can be accessed from the Art section. Voting closes on Tuesday 6th November and results will be announced in assembly on Friday 9th November.
Ms Watts said: ‘All the submissions are very professional, there are some really good descriptions and a lot of thought has been put into the students’ work and what they believe peace, celebration and humour means to them. Many people got involved and I want even more of them to be involved in the voting process so the winning entry is the students’ choice.’