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The School Craft Competition, run in conjunction with Glasgow City Council Education Services, seeks to recognise and reward traditional craft work undertaken by pupils as part of the SQA Standard Grade (old course), National 5and Higher Grade Craft and Design syllabuses.

Annually a total of approximately two hundred and fifty pupils from fifteen to twenty secondary schools within Glasgow participate.

Their work is judged according to the following broad criteria: innovation and inspiration of design, technical achievement and execution and practical relevance to the individual.
Prizes are awarded to some forty or fifty pupils in the categories of woodwork, plastic and metalwork at a ceremony held in the Trades Hall attended by senior representatives of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow City Council Education Services and the Trades House.
This year's winners from Castlemilk High are:
  • Design 1st Prize - Chloe Elliott
  • Manufacture 1st Prize - Courtney Ross
  • Design 2nd Prize - Abbey Campbell
  • Design 3rd Prize - Jodi Roulston
  • Manufacture Commended Award - Chloe Elliott
  • Manufacture Commended Award - Abbey Campbel

You can see our previous winners here.