Two of our school councillors visited Woodside Care Home with some Christmas cards that the children had made.
Winter displays. Landmarks in Lancashire whilst including textiles.
Have a look at some of our wonderful art from so far from Autumn 1. The children in reception have been painting some lovely pirate ships as part of their topic. Children in Years 1 and 2 have been focusing on London. I’m Years 3 and 4, the children have created some lovely painting work that has been put on display in their classrooms and in Years 5 and 6, the children have been looking at Ancient Greece. Well done everyone!
Inspirational people display which includes sculpture too.
Our Diversity inspired display boards with some aspect of collage too.
🐣 Easter egg winners 🐣
Art in 1/2B. We have been studying the work of British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy. He collects natural objects and creates amazing artwork with them. We had a great time creating our own sculptures with nature treasure we found in the school grounds.
2V LOVE Art. As we continue our ‘Journey Around the World’ topic, we have enjoyed working in the style of particular artists or on themes from the different continents. At the moment we are finding out all about Australasia. 🦘🇦🇺 Here we are completing our Aboriginal- style Art.
For this half term, years 3 and 4 have been studying the artist Sonia King. This art has linked to their topic of Ancient Romans inspired mosaics. I’m sure you’ll agree that they have created a lovely piece of work.
Have a look at our amazing displays. The theme this time was aspirations. It’s been lovely to see and read what the children aspire to be. 👩🏼⚕️ 👩🏽🏫 🏃♂️ 👮🏼♀️🕵️♂️👨🏼🍳👨🏾🎨👨🏼🚒👩🏼⚖️ Thank you to all staff and pupils for working so hard on them. 🎨 The art technique was drawing.
❄️Take a look at our amazing winter display boards that the children and staff have been extremely busy creating. Thank you to all the children and staff for their amazing creativity! ❄️ The technique that we were focusing on was paint.
🎨 Art Award 🖼 Towards the end of the last academic year, there was an Art Award which was held each week during lunch time. The children who wanted to take part researched about the artist Banksy. This week, their very professional certificates arrived at school. Well done to everyone who took part!
Have a look at what our reception children have been learning in their art lessons!
In Year 1 and 2, the children have been focusing on self portraits. Have a look at some of their amazing art work!
In Year 3 and 4, the children are focusing on the topic of Animals and drawing them in the style of Andy Warhol.
In Year 5 and 6, we have been learning all about an artist called David McEwon. He his a watercolour artist and he links into our topic of Explorers. Have a look at some of our amazing pieces of work.
King Charles III displays.
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Displays
Have a look at our Science themed displays.
Example of work in KS1
Example of work at Lower KS2
Example of work at Upper KS2
Have a look at one the comments that some of our children have said about art...
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