Year 3 learned the art of frottage today!
Have a look at some of our results.
In art today, Year 5 explored everyday objects to create an installation. They considered how ordinary spaces can be transformed and tried alternative solutions as they constructed their artwork.
Fantastic Year 5!
Children have used the work of Henri Matisse (The Circus) as inspiration to complete their own 'Drawing with Scissors' art work. Children had to use scissors with precision as well as make decisions about how to place drawn elements in their art composition.
As part of learning about the Egyptians
we are designing scrolls.
Year 5 students were inspired by artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman's art today, using mixed media and self-portraiture to explore their own identities. Their artworks celebrated their uniqueness and encouraged an appreciation for the power of art to express who we are.
Children in Year 4 have used the rainforest to inspire them to draw and create batik fabric squares.
Y6 enjoyed their 'Cultural Capital' adventure to Port Sunlight this week. As part of our art unit on 'sculptures' we enjoyed the opportunity to look at the rich cultural heritage on our doorstep!
Well done Y6 - I can confidently say that you were all engaged, enthused and a credit to the…
In art, Y6 used their creative imaginations to plan and develop a ‘memory museum’ box.
We developed our ‘sculpting’ technique and looked at 2D and 3D art.
Finally, we ‘assembled’ our sculptures and art techniques to make a truly unique memory box!