Enjoying an art lesson whilst listen I by to Zen music. We are drawing Buddha as our topic this term is Mr Everest and we have been learning about Buddhism.
This is what we are aiming for…
Fir class creating beautiful Buddha images linked to our learning on Buddhism and Mount Everest.
Making our snowman for a snowman game on Friday!!
Fir class have made a great start to the new school year and are getting very excited for our ‘Space’ topic! We created our own aliens and discussed what we already know about space.
With such wonderful art work completed by our children throughout the year we have a new ‘artists of the year’ gallery displayed for visitors to view.
Displaying a selection of art works from all year groups, you will see Roman mosaics, tributes to the Battle of Britain, dragon eyes and more.
Do come and take a look and admire the children’s work.
Also we are so pleased to share some of the amazing pictures taken by our school photographer in our ‘little mermaid’ display. Be sure to take a look at these too!
Happy summer holidays everyone! 🙂
Aspen Class have been completing their Roman Mosaics, as well as designing their own Roman vases. 🔱🍇
A sneak peak for everyone who will be joining us tomorrow for the opening performance of ‘The Little Mermaid’
Oak and Rowan class have been working so hard to perfect the show whilst the team have been busy creating all kinds of magical things for you to see behind the scenes!
With a brand new lighting rig, some wacky costumes and Programmes brilliantly designed by year 5 and 6 we are so excited for you all to see the last production of the year!
Bring on show day!!!
Our last art project of the year has been to create ‘under the sea’ collages. We looked at how the colours of the sea blend and what shapes and textures are under the water.
We enjoyed making one GIANT class size picture before putting our ideas down individually.
It was such fun, if not a little bit messy!
Rowan class worked hard during the morning to create Ghanaian-inspired paper weights to sell at our International Open Evening Market. The children also took part in an African drumming workshop, which was enjoyed by all!
Beech class loved learning about Poland for International day. THANK YOU to Mrs Kolesnik who came in to read to us and teach us some words and songs. She even made us a delicious Polish cake 🙂
We also really enjoyed creating traditional paper cuttings to sell at the market and raise money for water aid!