bghs 2015 gallery





Art Blog, BGHS 2015 Gallery: 6. Fine Art tour of the rest of school

With around 100 students taking Fine Art GCSE each year, our exhibition of GCSE Fine Art work tends to find it’s way around most of the school. We hope you enjoy exploring the artwork through the Design Technology corridor, the glass corridor, Languages, Sociology, and in the Maths corridor. The…


Art Blog, BGHS 2015 Gallery: 5. Tour of the Art Department

With around 100 students taking Fine Art GCSE each year, our exhibition of GCSE Fine Art work tends to find it’s way around most of the school. Batley Girls’ High School resembles an art gallery for two thirds of the year. Missing pretence and sale tags, it is a pleasure to…


Art Blog, BGHS 2015 Gallery: 4. Dining Hall and Main Hall Fine Art

With around 100 students taking Fine Art GCSE each year, our exhibition of GCSE Fine Art work tends to find it’s way around most of the school. Your walk through the school from the Reception area to the Art Department takes you through the Fine Art exhibitions of GCSE and…


Art Blog, BGHS 2015 Gallery: 3. GCSE Fine Art in Classroom

With around 100 students taking Fine Art GCSE each year, our exhibition of GCSE Fine Art work tends to find it’s way around most of the school. Batley Girls’ High School resembles an art gallery, for two thirds of the year. Missing pretence and sale tags, it is a pleasure to…


Art Blog, BGHS 2015 Gallery: 2. Photography, Entrance.

Batley Girls’ High School resembles an art gallery, for two thirds of the year. Missing pretence and sale tags, it is a pleasure to simply walk around and take in the wide variety of work covering the walls and stair wells. Our challenge this year is photographing once displayed and protected….


Art Blog, BGHS 2015 Gallery: 1. Fine Art, Entrance.

Batley Girls’ High School resembles an art gallery, for two thirds of the year. Missing pretence and sale tags, it is a pleasure to simply walk around and take in the wide variety of work covering the walls and stair wells. Our challenge this year is photographing once displayed and protected….