Uplands Primary School pupils win competition to design school logo

Competition winners, from left to right: Adesh Sahni, 9, Iona Saunders, 8, Drew Carter, 8, Tilly Palmer, 7, and Emily Saunders, 10.

Competition winners, from left to right: Adesh Sahni, 9, Iona Saunders, 8, Drew Carter, 8, Tilly Palmer, 7, and Emily Saunders, 10.

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Five pupils at a Bexleyheath primary school have helped come up with its new logo after winning a competition to design it.

Students at Upland Primary School were asked to submit designs to show what the school in Church Road means to them.

From hundreds of entries five were picked out to be amalgamated and form the final version.

The judges were head teacher Vicky Sengupta, chair of governors Liz Dawes and London based designers Shard Design.

Mrs Sengupta said: "I couldn't be a more proud head teacher.

"We asked the children to come up with designs that represented how they felt about Upland.

"Upland is a happy, welcoming, fun and challenging place to learn and the winning designs encompassed this and matched our school motto of: 'working together, learning together and achieving together'."

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1:21pm Fri 1 Aug 14

HelpDesk says...

Good way to nurture curiosity and give them the right credit. I liked the approach of the academy. It's worth following. Editor, Techvedic
Good way to nurture curiosity and give them the right credit. I liked the approach of the academy. It's worth following. Editor, Techvedic HelpDesk
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