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Ellie Roy wins Schuh Design Challenge

Ellie Roy (S3) from Linlithgow Academy picked up the top accolade for her shoe design at the Schuh Design Challenge 2019.

01 April
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The runner-up was Morven McBride from St Kentigern's Academy, with Lucy Halliday from Whitburn Academy taking third place.

The competition was sponsored by the Livingston-based footwear company and organised by West Lothian Council's Community Learning & Development Youth Services.

West Lothian Council's Head of Education Services, James Cameron said: "Huge congratulations to Ellie from Linlithgow Academy for her wonderful design. We look forward to the Schuh Design Challenge every year and the creativity and innovation that comes with it. For over twenty years Schuh have sponsored this fantastic competition which showcases the creative talents of so many young people in West Lothian and we are grateful for their continued support."  

Iris Mc Sweeney, Marketing Activations Manager, Schuh, added: "As ever the level of creativity and dedication from the eight schools that participated in this year's schuh Design Challenge was extremely high. With sustainability being a key focus at the moment, this year students were briefed to use as many recycled materials as possible as part of their design. There were some 600 entries in all and once more the judges from schuh were staggered at the ideas, the passion and dedication shown by the students."

"The winning shoe came from Linlithgow Academy. The shoe not only looked great but utilised unconventional recycled materials and was a very worthy winner. Ellie Roy won top prize of the schuh trophy and a year's supply of shoes".

Overall Winners

  • 1st - Ellie Roy
  • 2nd - Morven McBride
  • 3rd - Lucy Halliday

Winners by School

Armadale Academy

  • 1st - Lauren Downs
  • 2nd - Sophie Messanger
  • 3rd  - Sidonie  Mather

Bathgate Academy

  • 1st - Avalynne Brown
  • 2nd - Amber Watson
  • 3rd - Teigan Ross

The James Young High School

  • 1st - Jenni Torrance
  • 2nd - Shannen Anderson
  • 3rd - Katelyn Burrows

Linlithgow Academy

  • 1st - Ellie Roy
  • 2nd - Eve Hunter
  • 3rd - Liam Murphy

Pinewood School

  • Best Heel - Kimberley Tonner
  • Best Detail - Erik Bakonyi
  • Most Fashionable - Alex Scott
  • Most Eye Catching - Leah Millar
  • Best Mood Board - Tyler Russell
  • Best Character Representation - Harry Burns
  • Best Accessories - Amy Walker
  • Boldest Trainer - Reece Currie
  • Most Enthusiastic - Derek Beresford
  • Best Trainer - Connor Simpson
  • Best Boot - Rory Milne
  • Best Use of Materials - Hannah MacArthur
  • Best Use of Theme - Thomas Leggat

St Kentigern's RC Academy

  • 1st - Morven McBride
  • 2nd - Emma Davies
  • 3rd - Ciara Fitzsimons

West Calder High School

  • 1st - Erin Conway
  • 2nd - Arran Anderson
  • 3rd - Estelle Nicaudie

Whitburn Academy

  • 1st - Lucy Halliday
  • 2nd - Ellie Mowbray
  • 3rd - Morgan Anderson

Highly Commended

  • Most Original Interpretation of Theme - Katie Swan, Armadale Academy
  • Best Use of Materials - Zak Zeilins, Bathgate Academy
  • Best Branding - Marium Barouni, The James Young High School
  • Best Details - Iona McMillan, Linlithgow Academy
  • Most Thought Provoking Theme - Jay Armstrong, St Kentigern's RC Academy
  • Most on Trend - Natasha Clarke, West Calder High School

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