During the time of school closures from March 23rd 2020
We will be running a blog to support you with creative learning at home
Please use the following link:
Here are some creative ideas for our children to work on at home:
This wonderfully cluttered still life by British artist, John Bratby featured on Grayson Perry's artclub last night. It is called 'Still life with Chip Frier'
Look carefully at the painting... what can you see?
How would you describe this painting?
Have a go at drawing the contents of your kitchen table.
On the 21st May there is an online Guinness World Record attempt hosted by Rob Biddulph.
Here is the link to sign up to be part of the biggest online art lesson:
Where does this door lead?
What will you see, hear, taste, smell, touch on the other side?
This wonderful doorway was created by German artist, Cornerlia Konrads and was made in 2007. It is called Passage. If you were asked to make a doorway using natural materials, what would you use and how would you create it?
You could try to construct a small version in your garden or design what you would create on a piece of paper.
You can keep up to date with the work created in the art room by following our Twitter account and Blog page.
We are excited to announce that our art room features in an article written by AccessArt.
Our school was invited to speak in The House of Commons
Read our speech and see our presentation by clicking on the following link:
Mrs Barrett was interviewed by Sarah Mumford from IVE:
TES article - How to use the Arts to teach social and emotional skills: