This week Class 5 have worked hard to design and create artwork inspired by abstract expressionist Peter Thorpe. Wow!
This term, Class 5 have been improving their drawing skills. We have worked hard at developing our tone, depth and ability to draw portraits and objects accurately.
To mark Armistice Day, the children across Key Stage Two worked hard on different pieces of art, writing and poetry. We will remember them.
Key Worker Bubble 2 have produced some beautiful landscape artwork in the style of Claude Monet.
Class 5 have thoroughly enjoyed their art unit of 'printing'. We have looked closely at the work of William Morris and the creation of patterns inspired by nature.
As part of our themed RE week for the 'Year of the Word', Class 5 created some Banksy artwork in reflection to the beatitudes. Can you tell which beatitude the children have tried to display, imitating the style of Banksy? ...
Last Monday in Class 1 we talked about Remembrance Day. We talked about why we wear poppies on Remembrance Day. The children talked about poppies they have on their bags, clothes and cars and seeing grown ups wearing them. The children used the materials provided to make their own...