We are looking for interesting, fun or inspiring photos that show how you, your family (and maybe even your pets!) are getting on during the lockdown!

We know how creative and talented St Dominic’s pupils and students are! We want you to show your budding photography skills and take photos at home, in the garden or when you go out for your regular exercise.

Please be creative, but do remember to ask the permission of anyone who appears in your photos.

There will be prizes for the best entries, and we will publish photos on the school website and display some in school for everyone to see when we all eventually return to school.

Photos can include special effects and be in either black & white or in colour.

Please ask your parents to email your entries to Mr Murphy at emurphy@stdominicsschool.org.uk by Friday 15th may.



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