Art Week

Oak class have been immersed in art this week!  We have been using IT to create animals, improved our cutting skills preparing our masks and using our knowledge of using paint by mixing shades to match the colours we needed. The children have worked incredibly hard and excited to show their art.
Mrs Parker

Over the week, Chestnut Class have been using their artistic skills to create several fabulous pieces of artwork which will be shown at the Art Show. We have used all sorts of different mediums from coloured pencils, paint to watercolour and pens focusing particularly on the animals and nature found in jungles. We learned about why it is important to protect the jungles and the animals who live in them. Here are just a few photos of all the amazing and hard work the children have created this week.
Miss Webb

Beech class have been learning about plastic pollution and have produced some amazing artwork inspired by this. We have used air drying clay to create fish, using the score, slip and smooth method to add any additional elements to our designs. We have enjoyed reading stories such as Someone Swallowed Stanley and made our own jellyfish artwork and junk model sea creatures! In English the children have been writing newspaper articles about plastic pollution news after watching a newsround clip about hermit crabs using bottle lids as shells.
Mrs Mansfield

Sycamore have really been getting into the spirit of Art week! They have used a variety of media including sketching, collaging, painting and batik! The children have all absolutely embodied our core value of Creativity!
Mrs Howells

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