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Look at our d-eye-nosaurs!

This week, Robins have been working on their art skills looking at dinosaur eyes. They researched different eyes before designing 2 of their own. They then practiced making them using a glass eye and play dough to see which looked the most effective before they make...

Happy Fathers’ Day, from Snowdrops

To celebrate Dads, Step Dads, Grandads and any other important gentlemen in their lives, the Snowdrops got crafty and made some wallets for Fathers' Day. First, they had to fold their card just right. After that, they created seams with silver and gold pen. Once they...

Art visit in LKS2

To support our learning about light and shade, Lower Key Stage 2 were delighted to welcome an artist into school. Our visitor, Kate, showed us the shading techniques of still-life artist Paul Cezanne. She demonstrated how to use coloured paper to create the fruits,...

A visit from St. Alban’s

To help us in our RE learning, about the different ways Christians worship, we were delighted to be visited by Ken and Lynn from St. Alban's Church. Our guests spoke to Snowdrops, Tulips and Bluebells - to talk about the work they do in the community. Some of this...

Magnificent Miro Artwork

As part of this term's topic, we have been studying surrealist artist Joan Miro. He uses shapes, objects and colour to create surreal pictures. This week, we used different shapes and lines to create colourful pieces of art inspired by Joan Miro. The Bluebells thought...

Surreal Good Time in Snowdrops

This week, the Snowdrops painted their own Joan-Miro-inspired artwork. Miro was a surrealist artist who worked during the 20th Century. Similarly to Miro, the group had planned their work by using a squared grid. They then sketched their abstract images and painted...

Miro Masterpieces

In Tulips, we have been looking at the artist Joan Miro and challenged the class to design and create their own work inspired by examples of the Miro.  The children used free-flowing lines and block shapes to create a striking effect. Article 13: You have the right to...

Mona Lisa Mayhem in Robins!

This week, Robins have been learning all about Leonardo da Vinci and his work on the Mona Lisa. They've taken part in lots of activities to recreate the Mona Lisa in a range of different ways. We've made a HUGE class piece where the children had to colour in a section...

Art week in Bluebells!

This week, to mark the anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death the Bluebells have been looking at some of his work and recreated a modern version of the Mona Lisa. Using the techniques they learnt during last term's Pop Art topic, they traced an image of the Mona...

The Puzzling Snowdrops!

This week, Snowdrops have been working on various aspects of time. As part of this learning, the class really enjoyed trying to solve a Tarsia puzzle. Similar to a jigsaw puzzle, Tarsia requires us to find pieces that 'fit' together. In this time puzzle, the Snowdrops...

The Maths Factor

Snowdrops did some excellent work with factors this week. Using cubes to make arrays, the children explored different factor pairs. They then completed their own 'factor rainbows' and tackled reasoning and problem solving activities. Article 31: the Right to a...

Mapping Marvels

Article 12: you have the right to an opinion and to be listened to. Article 13: You have the right to find out things and share what you think with others, by talking, drawing, writing or in any other way unless it harms or offends other people. Article 28: You have...

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