STUDENTS at the Tenbury High School Ormiston Academy were encouraged to get out and be creative with their cameras.

It was all part of an initiative to show some of the unusual and different places in which young people do their reading.

The project led by teaching assistant Jodie Powell demonstrated that there was no shortage of creativity when it comes to how students at the school consume their literature.

As might be expected a number of the photographs showed students reading in a rural setting and a number of them were on the farm.

Advertiser reporter Adrian Kibbler who judged the competition declared himself ‘very impressed.’