Is forgiveness always possible? That’s the question that Year 4 have been exploring this term. This week we shared our own experiences and thoughts about forgiveness, and presented to the class. Then we wrote our own prayers with repeating lines and decorated them using themed watercolours that reminded us of forgiveness. Miss Higgitt was really […]Read More Forgiveness
Every Thursday afternoon, Year 5 have an art session with Tasha. Yesterday they used acrylic paints to create these beautiful paintings of daffodils.Read More Spring has sprung – Art in Year 5
We thoroughly enjoyed our drawing lesson from Quentin Blake and I’m sure you’ll agree that the finished results are brilliant. We have a whole host of centipedes and a pile of flying peaches on the walls so do ask Mrs Peters if you’d like to come and have a look.Read More Pests and Peaches Art Gallery
We have been looking at the Art Deco movement and have explored the use of shape and colour in architecture, art and design in the 1960s. We took inspiration from elevator doors to create our own compositions.Read More Year 6: Art
We’re having a cultural and creative afternoon in Year 3. We’ve taken part in a World Book Day drawing masterclass with Quentin Blake and Ed from CBBC to draw the centipede from James and the Giant Peach 🍑 and now we are working with colour and collage to produce 3D pictures of the peach flying […]Read More A Dahl-iciously creative afternoon in Year 3
As part of our Space topic and to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday, Year 5 have been learning about the amazing Katherine Johnson. They learnt about her critical contribution to NASA during missions to the moon and Mercury back in the 1950s and 60s. We all decided that she was an absolute inspiration and […]Read More Art inspired by the inspirational Katherine Johnson!
Year 6 have recreated Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs by using mono printing techniques and water colours.Read More Year 6: Art
Year 4’s new art topic is printing. They kicked off the topic by getting messy! Using their handprints, year 4 have created some marvellous artwork displaying a body print as something different. Miss Higgitt was really impressed with everybody’s creativity and originality and thinks we’ve all produced fantastic artwork that we should be proud of!!!Read More Hand print art
In Art Year 2 made some Mexican “God’s Eye Craft”. Traditionally these are made when a child is born in Mexico and yarn is added each year during their childhood. For Mexican Christians it represents God watching over the child. It was a very fiddly crafting challenge but Year 2 showed great resilience during the […]Read More Ojo De Dios in Year 2
Reception went all the way to London Bridge to see a play at the Unicorn Theatre. The play was called It’s Hot, It’s Not and was all about the changing seasons. A massive thank you to the parents and grandparents who helped us get there 😊.Read More Reception’s trip to the theatre!