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  • Winning pupils from Minster Primary School with their iPad
  • Winning students from St John Fisher School
This summer, Turner Contemporary launched the iPad Challenge, a competition encouraging students to use iPads and Apple technology to create a short animation in response to our summer exhibition, Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk exhibition. Over 150 parents and children attended the prize giving event at Turner Contemporary, and we are now pleased to announce the winners of the iPad Challenge.

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Primary and Secondary competitions are:

Congratulations to pupils from Minster Primary School in Thanet, winners of the Primary School category and to Joshua Allingham, Evan Hallpike and Jade Ralph from St John Fisher School in Medway, winners of the Secondary School category.

Turner Contemporary would like to congratulate the winning teams and thank Hartsdown Academy for their continuing support of the iPad Challenge and for providing the 2 brand new iPad prizes.

Look out for information on how you can get involved in the next iPad Challenge, kicking off in January 2016.

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Fri 13 Nov 2015
Filed under: Schools