The Windsor Festival schools’ programme has revealed the winners of this year’s competition.

Judges for the competition included fashion photographer Rankin; royal fashion designer and broadcaster David Emanuel, most famous for designing Princess Diana’s wedding dress; and composer and conductor Carl Davis.

The programme is an initiative that fosters and encourages emerging artistic talent in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Entries – which are now closed – include students from years 10, 11 and 12 who are aged between 14 and 17 years and studying for GSCEs or in the first year of A Level.

Art: Drawing

First place: Now you know how I feel Lily Yang, Heathfield School

Second place: Mono-print of a woman Niall Unger, Windsor Boys’ School

Third place: Elisabetta Micki Kahlon, Altwood C of E School

Art: Painting

First place: Portrait of Will George Gardner, Eton College

Second place: Peace I leave with you Anastasia Fedotova, Heathfield School

Third place: Painting of Two People Niall Unger, Windsor Boys’ School

Art: Photography

First place: Breeze Mina Palladino, Hurst Lodge

Second place: The Passing of Time Celine McLoughlin, Charters School

Third place: Decay Georgina Wheeler, Claires Court Sixth Form

Art: Sculpture

First place: Wire Bottles L Cunningham-Reid, Eton College

Second place: Disco Jug Hugo Alun-Jones, Eton College

Third place: Leaf Form Alex Farquhar, Eton College

Art: Textiles

First place: Past, Present and / or Future Eleanor Dobell, Heathfield School

Second place: Punk Eden Ritchie, Windsor Girls’ School

Third place: Identity Eleanor Dobell, Heathfield School

The Rankin Photography Prize

First place: The Passing of Time Celine McLoughlin, Charters School

Second place: Relationships Joseph Baker, Claires Court Sixth Form

Third place: Sandunes Dominik Plewer, Churchmead C of E School

Creative Writing: Poetry (only two winners)

First place: A Sea Full of Stars Eilidh Quinn, Marist Senior School

Second place: Sonnet Yuanhao Li, Eton College

Creative Writing: Prose

First place: The Lighthouse Club Ned Bartleet, Eton College

Second place: Harmonising Juxtapositions Roxanne Cooke, Marist Senior School

Third place: Hands Ellen Sweeney, St George’s Ascot Music

Composition: Instrumental

First place: Floreat Vitula Hong Kiu Mak, Eton College

Second place: Phantasmagoria Phoebe Parker, Heathfield School Joint

Joint third place: Clairvoyance Andrew Liu-Galvin, Eton College

Joint third place: A Triumphant Army William Oke, Windsor Boys’ School

Music Composition: Vocal

First place: I’ll Give You The Stars Jessica Nimmo, Hurst Lodge

Second place: Kyrie Marcello Palazzo, Eton College

Third place: African Project Niamh Bates, Claires Court Senior Girls’

Rankin and David Emanuel judged the arts category alongside photographer Gill Aspel, Ice gallery director Micky Middleton.

Carl Davis was joined by education consultant and choral director Gillian Dibden and assistant director of music at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle Richard Pinel for the music category.

Judging the creative writing was children’s book editor Julia Eccleshare, former Man Booker Prize judge Alastair Niven and president of Windsor Festival and poet, The Reverend Canon John White.

The first public exhibition will take place at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead from Tuesday, September 20 until Sunday October 2 as part of Windsor Festival. To celebrate the winners, there will be an open event to showcase all of the work listed above at the venue on Sunday September 25. The Gallery at Norden Farm will be open from 4.30pm and you will be able to view the exhibition and meet some of the winners, teachers and judges.

Further exhibitions will take place at Windsor’s premier contemporary art gallery, The Gallery at Ice, from Thursday October 6 until Thursday October 20, and at the London offices of law firm Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, from Monday November 21 until the end of January 2017.