School’s calendar to be seen in venues across country

The Warriner School, Bloxham, calendar produced by pupils and Banbury Litho. Front, from the left, Maisie Bird, Megan Stone and Ellie Gordon. Back, from the left, Andrew Brockbank, Banbury Litho, Rachel Tindale, Megan Kyte and Paul Williamson, head of art. NNL-140212-161802009
The Warriner School, Bloxham, calendar produced by pupils and Banbury Litho. Front, from the left, Maisie Bird, Megan Stone and Ellie Gordon. Back, from the left, Andrew Brockbank, Banbury Litho, Rachel Tindale, Megan Kyte and Paul Williamson, head of art. NNL-140212-161802009

Talented students at the Warriner School in Bloxham will have their work showcased in venues across the country as a result of a partnership with Banbury Litho.

The company, based on the Vantage Business Park, produces a calendar from the pieces of art by the students, and prints about 1,000 copies which are distributed to places such as the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and the National Portrait Gallery.

Paul Williamson, the school’s head of art, said: “It’s quite exciting for students to think about who might be looking at their work. We will also donate 100 copies to the school, some of which will be for the students whose art is included and the others can be sold to raise funds for the school.”