North-east pupils have been praised as their work is set to go on display at the Scottish Parliament.
Maureen Watt, MSP for Aberdeen South and North Kincardine, has commended Jessica Broadrick from Portlethen Academy.
Jessica was the winner of this year’s Thorpe Molloy Recruitment’s My Future Aspirations art competition by creating a piece about wanting to be a sport scientist.
Along with other finalists her work will be displayed in parliament starting tomorrow.
The MSP said: “The competition challenges S1 and S2 pupils from across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to create a self-portrait which illustrates their personal aspirations for future learning, development and career choices.
“Bringing some of this year’s fantastic entries to the Scottish Parliament is a unique opportunity to showcase the talent and creativity of young people from across the north-east of Scotland.
“Initiatives such as Developing the Young Workforce are vital in creating and maintaining innovative links between businesses and schools.”