We made our own colourful pictures which were then cut into quarters. The individual quarter pieces were then re-arranged with others to create a very different picture.
Gallery from our class of 2016-2017
For our topic this term we are learning all about castles.
On 19th June we enjoyed a wonderful day at Warwick Castle. It was a full programme during which we looked inside and around the castle learning some of its history, viewing some very life-like Kings and Queens and seeing the armoury.
Outside we spent time with a bowman who talked about attacks and defending the castle.
Also we watched a spectacular bird of prey display.
We have been learning about Pentecost, the important Christian festival celebrating Jesus' ascension into heaven. The feet boss you can see on the ceiling in the picture is based on one from York Minister representing the last visible part of Jesus as he ascended into heaven.
We were inspired to produce these vividly colourful fruit and
vegetable faces by the work of this artist.
Primary Colour Patterns
We practised our printing techniques to create these colourful wall hangings.
It's a Cracker!
Our Christmas production this year in Key Stage 1 was this lively musical. The performances were brilliant, everyone learnt their lines perfectly and sang out beautifully.
On 24th November we enjoyed a visit to the Warwick Arts Centre to see an adaptation of the popular children's book, "Stick Man."
As a follow up we created this wonderful display, on the speech bubbles we have written some of our favourite parts of the story.
"My favourite part was when Stick Man was flying with Santa." Grace.
"It was funny when the dog bit Stick Man's bottom." Tom.
Christmas Art Workshop Day
The whole school enjoyed a special day of activities to coincide with
the Children in Need appeal.
The Life Cycle of a Frog
In science we have been learning about the life cycle of a frog.
We learned a special dance to depict the cycle through dance and we invited parents
and carers into school to see our performance.
Our topic this term is Africa. In art we have drawn some of the fruits grown there using pastel crayons. We also made masks similar to those worn by different African tribes.
We created this dramatic piece of "Team Art" by decorating circles then cutting them up and arranging them in quarter segments to form differing individual circles.
The effect is very colourful.