In today’s Art Club we had ago at doing huge pictures. We had great big rolls of paper which we all worked on together. Our theme was ‘Under the Sea’, one group used oil pastels, two groups did painting and the last group used crayons. It was great fun and the results were amazing.
This week we made our pebble pals from the stones we found on the beach. We got to paint them in the colours we wanted and then, if they behave themselves, they will sit on our desks to help us with our work next week. On Wednesday we enjoyed the use of the apparatus in … Continue reading
As part of the Triennial art club went to workshop all about seeing with sound. We joined artist Matt Rowe to build our own loud hailers …they were very loud as they amplified our voices. Then some of us helped to build a giant cosmic loud hailer to project our voices even louder. We then … Continue reading
As part of this year’s Triennial, art club visited the local mosque where artist Hoy Cheong Wong has used scaffolding and green net to create his work, ‘The Minaret’. We learnt that it is called the minaret because Hoy Cheong Wong created a front to the mosque with towers and these towers are called minarets and … Continue reading
We have been busy in Owls this week getting to know where everything is and who everyone is! So it was good to get a beach trip in before the weather turns. We started our trip by looking for some of the triennial pieces and found a purple house and some golden fishing boats. When … Continue reading
We have had excellent opportunities in art this year. We have been involved in some amazing artistic projects, had some winning entries to competitions and have some very talented artists across all year groups. Here are some of our highlights.
Key stage 1 had a fabulous day at the beach yesterday – and we even managed to dodge the rain! We started at Sunny Sands where we made sand sculptures, drew in the sand and went rock-pooling. Then we walked to the coastal park for lunch and a play. We had an amazing day, finished … Continue reading
Today some KS2 children and a member of Ducklings, along with myself, Ms Page, Mrs Crockford, Mrs Potter, Miss Beasley and some lovely parents took part in this years Charivari. The theme was the same as this years Triennial “Echoes.” St Eanswythe’s wore jelly and ice-cream costumes which represented an artist who is going to … Continue reading
This afternoon the year 4 children met up again with their new little buddies in preparation for starting school. Each pair decorated a little figure together, everyone had a great time made even more enjoyable when the cake appeared which was organised by the PTFA. Thanks to Mrs Braudy and Mrs Wenn for arranging the … Continue reading
Year 3 have been working hard making their rainforest dioramas. They are using their knowledge of the different layers of the rainforest to help them.