MORE than 200 primary school pupils have showcased pieces of digital artwork based around the theme of Isn't Bradford Brilliant?

An exhibition involved at least one piece of work from every child at Fagley Primary School, Falsgrave Avenue.

The event was hosted by an eight-strong team of Digital Leaders - pupils who have taken responsibility for helping the school to improve its use of technology to aid learning.

Parents and governors joined children at the exhibition, which was brought to a close by the screening of some of films the children had created during the school year.

Winners of the school's digital photography competition were also announced, with every child submitting an entry to represent what they saw as the Faces and Places of Bradford.

Chris Mayoh, computing leader at the school, said: "The event was a great opportunity for children and staff to celebrate some of the high-quality digital work that pupils had created over the course of the term.

"From stunning digital photography to short films, 2D animations to computer programming challenges, the digital showcase had it all."