During art Year 6 have been creating headdresses. They looked at headdresses and costumes worn in different times and cultures. They then worked in small groups to design and make headdresses for a character in a story or to represent a theme. They carefully chose materials which would work both for their theme and their design and considered how … Continue reading
Ducklings topic this term is space! We have been making rockets! Can you identify the different materials that we have used?
The whole school enjoyed this day as they explored Narnia and the Easter story in great detail, creating a different piece of work in each of the 7 class rooms. The children were split into vertical groups across the year groups, so each group had a mixture of Year 6 down to Ducklings and below … Continue reading
As part of our learning we have been designing and making cot mobiles. All of the owls worked very hard on this intricate task today, with many accomplishing the art of tying knots!
On Friday Art Club went on a trip to see Tate Britain to explore, discover, sketch and discuss a variety of art forms. We even managed to find some pieces by Paul Nash; the artist we hope to focus and learn from when we create our own pieces of surrealist art. We saw many famous … Continue reading
As part of our work on graffiti we have designed our own tags. These are displayed on a brick wall in our classroom. See if you can identify who is who, some of us have used nick names!
As part of the Triennial, Year 3 had the opportunity to work with a local artist Nicolette Gough. Nicolette had been working with the famous artist Andy Goldworthy, who had produced an exhibit for the Triennial. He covered a window and steps with clay, that had been dug out of our own beach at Sunny … Continue reading
As part of our Art Club project we set about exploring all the different art forms that we could find it Folkestone. We took hundreds of photos because we decided that nearly everything you see or do has some sort of connection to art. We also took photographs of all the different works that had … Continue reading
We enjoyed making repeating patterns in Maths Makes Sense. We used different objects in the garden and classroom!
Last term our topic was Creature Homes and everyone was given a homework project for the term to create an owl home. We watched a short film about where different owls lived and learnt some amazing facts. We learnt that elf owls are the smallest owls and they live in cacti, and snowy owls actually live on the … Continue reading