By Ian Dipple 20/07 Updated: 20/07 10:13
STUDENTS at Studley High School have daubed a wall with graffiti - but thankfully it was in the name of art.
Pupils were challenged by the art department to create symbols to represent the schools' four houses - Abbey, Priory, Manor and Castle.
The winning designs were then transformed into reality along a huge wall at the back of the school gym with the help of professional graffiti artist Dan Lickiss, known for his work along the wall of Digbeth Coach Station in Birmingham.
The final art work also included the school's logo with the motto 'Semper Sursum' (always aiming higher) at the centre.
Debbie Jones, the school's art teacher and project co-ordinator, said: "This has been a fantastic opportunity for the pupils to see their designs transformed into a reality and scaled up to such an impressive size."
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