Today, the children have used shading and techniques such as cross hatching and blending to create detailed pictures of sea shells. The results are stunning.
We couldn’t be more impressed with Year 5 and their commitment and resilience to distance learning! Our most recent lessons have included music) composing our own rhythms from our very […]
Year 4 learnt a new art skill yesterday and practised zentangle patterns. We tried some in our sketchpads first and then went onto our leaf pictures. It took a lot […]
As part of our Survivial/Robin Hood topic, we looked at how people have used nature and natural surroundings to create artwork. We then created our own, making weavings using resources […]
Phenomenal artwork in Mrs Miller’s Year 5 bubble today! It took the children a lot of patience and resilience but the results are outstanding.
Year 5 created some stunning pastel artwork based on the solar system.
We learnt about primary, secondary and tertiary colours and practised our colour mixing skills
Class 7 and 8 produced some fantastic colour wheels at home to show their understanding of primary, secondary and tertiary colours
This week, we have spent time in school thinking about how colours can represent our emotions. We have used our artistic skills to create a range of colour wheels and […]
It was back to distance learning on Monday and WOW! Class 7 were certainly ready and raring to go. Look at these outstanding collages they produced at home – the […]
We have been learning how to use our pencils to create effective artwork, using shade and tone.
Class 6 are busy creating some portraits in the style of the artist 👩🎨 Arcimboldo, using images of harvest produce.
In Year 5 we have started our large pastel pictures, looking at Tudor patterns. We have only just started these but, as I’m sure you will agree, Class 7 have […]
In Class6, we are using Indian Ink to draw potion bottles with Mrs Robbins. A lot of us haven’t used this media for and it can be tricky but it […]