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.
This afternoon we learnt about the techniques involved in creating a self-portrait. We used photos of ourselves to allow us to focus on our features. Some of the self-portraits still need finishing touches but what a fantastic effort from…
Y5 have worked hard to create their own versions of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. We have some budding young artists!
As part of Intenational Artists Day, Y4 compared two well-known artists. We then chose a style we liked and had a go at creating our own versions. Can you guess which two artists we looked at?
After reading a paragraph from Viking Boy describing the ‘God Temple’, Y5 drew a pencil sketch showing their interpretation of the description.
Year 2 enjoyed making Sunset Sihouettes as part of their topic on Africa.
Year 4 enjoyed decorating eggs for Easter. They had some great ideas creating Ninja Turtles, animals, unicorns and even a minion!
Year 1 thoroughly enjoyed today learning about star constellations. We thought about how we would have to move if we walked on the moon and what we could see looking out into the stars. We then made some tornados in a bottle as our topic is ‘Weather’. We have had a great time today and hopefully…
The dragon is a revered creature in Chinese culture with paper dragons being commonly seen at Chinese New Year celebrations all around the world. The children had lots of fun making their own concertina dragons.
We have thoroughly enjoyed making dancing dragons as part of our Chinese New Year celebration day. We even had some time to make our dragons dance to some traditional Chinese music.