Marston Green Junior School has taken top accolade in a national photographic competition thanks to its pupils’ contribution in providing a focus for the picture.
When Marston Green Junior School purchased a portable building to accommodate dance and physical education pupils, staff at the Solihull school little realised that this would mark the beginning of a photographic adventure.
For Portable Offices, the providers of the building, was running a photographic competition to win an ipad 2 to encourage creative approaches to illustrate their accommodation in-situ.
Anthony Taylor, Site Manager of Marston Green Junior School, directed the photo shoot and encouraged a number of pupils to share their enthusiasm for the new portable dance and fitness classroom by lining up outside the building and waving in an exuberant manner.
Sue Lowry, Office Finance Manager of Marston Green Junior School, said: “We are delighted with the building and all the pupils love having their dance and gym lessons in there. Our participation in the photo competition was an easy decision to make and we are over the moon to have taken first prize.”
Managing Director of Portable Offices, Adrian Witty, said: “It is highly rewarding to see the positive impact our buildings can have on peoples’ lives. The photograph taken by the school illustrates the joy this new accommodation has generated throughout the school.”