Year 5 had an amazing art day where they engaged in a variety of creative activities. From sketching a house to exploring architecture created by Zaha Hadid and Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the students had an exciting and educational experience.

To start off the day, the students sketched a house. This exercise allowed them to practice their drawing skills and explore different shapes and angles. It also gave them a foundation to build on as they moved on to more complex projects.

Next, the students learned about Zaha Hadid, a renowned architect who was known for her futuristic and innovative designs. Using her work as inspiration, the students were challenged to create a sustainable house for the future. This exercise encouraged the students to think creatively and consider the impact of their designs on the environment.

In addition to exploring the work of Zaha Hadid, the students also looked at the work of architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Hundertwasser was known for his unconventional approach to architecture and his focus on environmental sustainability. This exercise encouraged the students to think outside the box and consider alternative approaches to design.

Finally, the students were given the opportunity to create a monument to represent themselves. This exercise encouraged self-expression and allowed the students to reflect on their own unique qualities and attributes.

Overall, the art day was a huge success. The class were engaged and excited to learn about different aspects of art and design. The exercises they completed encouraged creativity, critical thinking, and self-expression. 


Year 5 - Architects