The deadline for entries has now passed.
Winner Marcus Tyrrell with Tessa Farmer
Runner-up Aidan Rymill
Runner-up Tomasz Kowalski with Tessa Farmer
The Prize Giving for the 2011 Sculpture at School Prize took place on the 22nd February at the Saatchi Gallery. Artist Tessa Farmer presented the award of £1000 to the winning school's art department with a further £250 given to the winning pupil. Two prizes of £100 were awarded to the pupils who were runners-up.
First place was awarded to Marcus Tyrrell, 13yrs, for King Charles III, 2011 at Cape Cornwall School, Marcus' art teacher is Kerry Bletso.
The runner-up prizes were awarded to Tomasz Kowalski, 15yrs for Head, 2011 at Anglo European School, Tomasz's art teacher is Elaine Jessop and Aidan Rymill, 5yrs for Christian the Lion, 2011, Aidan's art teacher is Nuria Pereira.
The sculptures will be featured in an exhibition in the Education Room on Level 2 of the Saatchi Gallery until April 15th.
The judging panel for this year's prize consisted of artists Rebecca Warren, Markus Selg, Zhivago Duncan and David Batchelor.
The Saatchi Gallery Sculpture at School Prize was launched in 2009 and is open to primary, secondary and sixth form schools from around the world who are invited to submit art work by students up to the age of 18. Over 1500 entries were submitted for the 2011 competition. The Sculpture Prize is part of the Saatchi Gallery's education programme, which is committed to introducing contemporary art to younger audiences.
ENTRIES FOR THE SAATCHI GALLERY SCULPTURE PRIZE
The order in which schools appear is random and changes regularly.