Junior Form student Eshan has won his local scout group’s t-shirt design competition.
Participants were challenged to design a t-shirt that their fellow scouts could wear during activities.
Eshan designed the t-shirt using photoshop, sticking to the designated rules on how many colours he could use (only one) and the types of features that could be included.
He chose to include a map and compass, representing location and orientation; fire, to symbolise the timeless scout skill of making bonfires, and a tent, representing camping and surviving in the wild.
On winning, Eshan said: “I was very pleased and so very proud to see all my scouts wearing it now we can all meet up again”.
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