1/2B used a layering technique and images of famous musicians to create some fantastic outcomes for Black history Month 🎨
Miss Wood’s children have been learning threading skills this week including developing repeated patterns. The children had so much fun making these.
Look at our amazing characters all made from Vegetables. Let’s retell the story together.
We love celebrating all our successes and learning weekly with our children in the special mentions assembly. All our children have produced high quality learning outcomes and developed new knowledge. It is so lovely to hear about what makes our school so special. Congratulations Jenson on winning this weeks Head Teachers Award for alway being […]
As part of Black History Month, 5/6H and 6B have looked at the artwork of Adia Millett. We analysed her artwork in paint, textiles and wood. We then created our own versions of her work. The results have been lovely.
This week we explored creating tone by using chalk pastels. We practised in our sketchbooks and then applied our skills to create a rainforest leaf. This is our learning so far.
This week we have looked at artist Alma Woodsey Thomas and recreated our own pattern artwork . The children really enjoyed this work and created some lovely outcomes .
Yesterday the children used their understanding of Andy Goldsworthy’s style of art to create their own pieces. They used natural resources on the school grounds to create their outcomes. The children then explained their artwork and their reasoning behind the resources they chose.
Today, we practiced working with a partner to co-ordinate and mirror some basic moves. The children were great at working collaboratively and really enjoyed their learning 🩰
Today we contributed to a joint willow sculpture which is now attached to one of the front fences in school for all to see. We learnt new skills and with a lot of resilience made some lovely leaves made of willow to add to the branches.
During special mentions today we celebrated some amazing successes and celebrated our learning together. The children looked incredible in Yellow Supporting mental health charities. Thank you to everyone for all your hard work this week. Congratulations Jack on achieving the Head Teachers Award this week and to Mrs Buttree – our staff star of the […]
Mrs Lilleyman and Mrs Sweeney just love History club. The children have really enjoyed learning about Ancient Egypt. They have been studying Mummification and the importance of Cats.
Sharing some fabulous learning outcomes this week we are really proud of all of our dojo winners this week.
We have an exciting project underway and reherals have begun. We are very excited and we can’t wait to share it with you. It turns out that we can can …..
Today we have been appreciating poetry looking at a range of narrative poems around our key person in history, Grace Darling. Children were able to express their likes and dislikes about the anthology presented and give reasons for their choices. We then added in a drama frieze focussing on the famous painting ‘The Wreck of […]
In F1, we have been looking at the works of artist Charles Gaines. We have loved looking at his artwork and discussing the colours he uses to make them bright and beautiful. We even noticed that Charles uses numbers in his art! We have put our own spin on his artwork by creating a tree […]
The children have been focusing on their ink skills. They have learnt about different patterns to create texture and tone. Here are some of our leave designs linked to the rainforest.
This week we enjoyed looking at animal prints and patterns and creating our own using glitter and pastels.
The children acted out their instructions to evaluate their effectiveness. They were able to spot any areas to improve for our editing lesson.
This week we have continued our learning of Andy Goldsworthy and his artistic style. We ventured outdoors into our woodland area to complete our own artistic learning in his style. Children used the environment to develop their learning, working in small groups on a shared goal. The outcomes created were fantastic. Well done […]
Our lunchtime Nurture club is off to a flying start and everyone enjoys spending time with Mrs Brogan. I think this is going to be popular this year.
We were really lucky this afternoon as we got to have a look at our topic books. This is a special book where we put all our learning that we try so hard with. We were feeling very proud when we were looking back on what we have done so far.
Today in 1M we made some horses to share with Wentworth Woodhouse. We looked at our cutting skills, the features we needed to ensure we had- a mane, a tail, four hooves and a saddle . Great work 1M .
We had so much in our first art club we looked at different animals and created a mix up of animals to create a lovely abstract art, the children really enjoyed this. We also had some mindfulness animal sheets of course this is all linked with our topics all about animals. I can’t wait for […]
Wentworth Woodhouse has invited us to make paper camellia flowers to contribute to a collaborative art work installation, to attract funding to restore its beloved Camellia House. Children followed specific instructions carefully and used resilience to make our contributions. I bet you agree they look beautiful. Imagine how amazing they will look when all schools […]
Thank you very much to Wingfield for coming along and starting some sessions of dance and drama. We are focusing our movements on Kensuke’s Kingdom. The final performances will be amazing.
What a wonderful celebration of learning, we really do have the most amazing children on the planet.
More success in Y3/4P with maths passports and home learning. Mr Parkin and Mrs Foster love their new class.