In the run up to Christmas 2020, pupils at several schools in Scotland were busy creating amazing artwork featuring adders, as part of our Saving Scotland's Snakes project. You can see some of the excellent pieces created by pupils from S1, S2 and S3 classes below.

ARC is very pleased to now be able to announce the winners of our ‘adder art’ competition, the winners are:

Ariadni Constantinidou, Courtney Chrystal, Dillon Sim, Ellie Stewart, Ibraheem Riaz, Kamryn Gosal, Rory Addison-Smyth, Stuart Norrington, Emma Doyle, Todd Shafar, Beth Cornwell, Brian Smith, Ethan Stirling, Kiera Munn, Riley Gargaro, Katie Robertson, Rachel Grant, Jonathan Rule, Jessica Thain, Guy Oliver, Maria White, Sean McDade, Leona-Jade Young, Freya Callander, Euan Lewis, Phoebe Bruce, Campbell Armstrong, Murran Notman and Lucy Vatcher.

Of these 29 winners, we also chose four overall winners:

  • Jessica Thain (S1, Arbroath Academy)
  • Stuart Norrington (S3, Belmont House School)
  • Brian Smith (S3, Greenfaulds High School)
  • Phoebe Bruce (S2, Lockerbie Academy)

Congratulations! All of the winners will receive prizes in the post soon!

We would like to say a big thank you to all of the young artists who participated and the teachers who made such a fantastic effort to get entries organised and sent in during such challenging times.

Pupils from the following schools participated: Arbroath Academy, Greenfaulds High School, Lockerbie Academy, Belmont House School and St Ninians High School.