An exhibition of artwork created by Whitmore High School pupils went on display last week.

The artists' creations, which form part of their GCSE art coursework, included 3D drawings, paintings, ceramics and sculptures.

The year 11 pupils spent two years studying the course at the school in Porlock Avenue, Harrow, and this was their final show. They will find out their grades in August.

Tabitha Parlett, 16, was delighted with her finished sculpture. She said: "The high standards of artwork at the exhibition reflects how capable and well driven the students are.

"The support from our teachers impressed us all." Mercedes Fisher-Burrowes, 16, was proud of her urban graffiti work. She said: "Throughout my two years studying art I have really enjoyed creating four sketchbooks and large paintings.

"I have also enjoyed looking at different artists. My favourite piece was my graffiti work because it was really bold and eye-catching."