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Christmas joy for Megan
BR student Megan Devenish wins first prize in the 2015 LDBS Christmas card competition.
A Level Art student Megan Devenish says she was surprised and delighted when she heard she had won first prize in the 2015 London Diocesan Board For Schools (LDBS) Christmas Card competition.
Megan’s excellent design incorporates the two sides of Christmas. Firstly the traditional tree with a bauble juxtaposed with the true meaning of Christmas the Nativity fused within the bauble. Megan, a Year 12 student at Bishop Ramsey, said she originally found it difficult to decide on her theme as she wished to portray the two connotations of Christmas and tried several different sketches before she arrived at one she liked. Once she had decided it took her a long time to complete the project but is delighted with her final design.
Megan’s reward is that her design will be the LDBS Christmas Card for 2015 which will be sent around the UK and the world. In addition, the design will feature on the front cover of the order of service for the Diocesan and SPCK Staff Christmas service. Megan was also given a small personal prize. She is overjoyed and excited by her win and very proud. She said she had fun designing and would like to thank the LDBS for choosing her drawing and for her prize.
Miss Neal, Senior Librarian
Megan is pictured below with Mr Andrew Wilcock, Headteacher of Bishop Ramsey School.