Twelve Highland pupils have won top prizes in an art competition to design Lyreco Office Supplies 2006 calendar.
Each winning pupil received an i-pod prize and their design will appear in one month of the calendar. The competition was sponsored by: Hewlett Packard; ACCO Brands; and Claire Fontaine.
The winning pupils include:
- Sean Dugan, John Rutledge, Graham Brown, Elizabeth Pirie, and Sarah McWilliam from Grantown Grammar School;
- Chloe Mackay from Keiss Primary School;
- Holly Dalgetty from Ferintosh Primary School;
- Iona MacInnes from Crown Primary School;
- Rebecca Skeoch, Christina Stephenson, Kilchuimen Academy;
- James Wilson, Kilchuimen Primary School;
- and Mairi Macleod from Invergordon Academy.
The twelve runners who received DVD players included:
David Mardon, St Joseph’s Primary School;
Shelly Mackay and Danny Gunn from Mount Pleasant Primary School;
Cameron Young, Merkinch Primary School;
Tara Macrae, Kyleakin Primary School;
Demi Maclaren, Bishop Eden’s Primary School;
Iona Hounsom, Kilchuimen Academy;
Danielle Slater, Wick High School;
Zaac Harry, Drew Coupland from Mallaig Primary School;
Siobhan Keegan, Alvie Primary School;
and Jamie Beveridge, Tongue Primary School.
The Lyreco catalogues will be distributed to all schools and Council Services.
Andrew O’Sullivan of Lyreco said: "We were delighted with the quality of the 2,500 entries in this year’s annual Lyreco schools design competition. We decided to produce an office calendar this year so that more of the pupils’ efforts could be showcased, rather than just one overall winner which we used to publish as the front page cover of our catalogue.