Pupils of a High Wycombe school explored the beauty of nature through a photography competition.

As part of the annual Nature Photography Competition, the children of West Wycombe School took on the challenge to go outside, explore and capture the beauty of the surrounding nature.

The competition, which was set up by pupils Jaya Smith and Isabel Gallagher-Grant last year, wasn’t intended to be an annual competition, but after it proved popular, it was repeated this year.

Ed Tang, headteacher of the school, commented: “We were blown away by the entries for this competition; the children were so keen to show off their photography skills and love of nature.

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“Their creativity and innovation were remarkable- we have some future photographers in our midst! We are so proud of them for their amazing efforts’

David St Croix, the assistant headteacher, coordinated the competition and judged it alongside the school’s house captains.

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