Year 4 observed artist Paula Reno created the illusion of movement in her painting ‘The Dance’. We looked at the use of colour and shape to create the illusion of movement in the skirts and the delicate placement of the dancers’ hands. We then applied these to draw our own sketches of a dancer.
Following the latest news that we will all be returning to school very soon, the children in Y6 created bright, rainbow posters to show their appreciation that normality is slowly returning!
Y6 have been learning about the significance of Chinese New Year. They learnt about some of the traditions and how it is celebrated across the world. Dragons are used in dance to show power and to chase away evil spirits and bad luck. In their art lesson, the children recreated their own dragon…
Year One has enjoyed lots of activities linked to Julia Donaldson’s The Snail and The Whale. They created story maps of the original story and then created their own versions. We worked hard to spot all the rhyming words and then chose our own rhyming words to go in our own stories. We created…
Year 4 have been learning how to create perspective and depth in landscape art.
Year 5 have been reading 'The Firework Maker’s Daughter’ and were asked to design a firework that could help Lila and Lalchand win the competition! I think you’ll agree we have some future pyrotechnicians in the making!
Our Y6 children were once again challenged to refine their drawing skills in their Art lesson this week. They learnt ways to demonstrate perspective and both the children learning at home and in school produced some impressive results.
During lockdown Year 2 are continuing to learn about the Great Fire of London. This week they learned about how the fire was put out then they created a silhouette artwork of the fire.
Y6 used watercolours to create a somber feel for their Remembrance artwork. The brief was to draw poppies of varying heights with elements of texture and depth. The children chose to use watercolours as they felt they reflected the muted and soft feelings of remembrance and loss.
Y6 have been using their art skills to create posters celebrating how amazing they all are!
We enjoyed making our own clay coil pots as they would have made during the Stone Age.
Year 2 indulged in some art linked to the theme of Lockdown Sports Day. They looked at some artwork by Matisse and used this as inspiration to create their own sporty art.