July Update

There have been many exciting art projects around the school this year, thanks mainly to Mr Saunders who has encouraged some extremely creative and sometimes 'edgy' art from the children.

Last week, Mr Saunders presented the artist of the year awards during assembly. The proud winners are as follows:

Year 6:

Year 5:
Robert Lim

Year 4:

Year 3:


Take One Picture

The School has entered the Take One Picture competition, run by the National Gallery. Some work will be uploaded in due course.


May Update

Congratulations to Kiya for receiving the Artist of the Week award. (See pictures to the right.)


March 2018 - Update

Well done to Denisa and the other artists who were given Artist of the Week awards in last week's valus assembly!


Art Workshop

During Monday workshops, Mr Saunders has been working on entries for a competition based on the John Lewis 'Moz the Monster' ad campaign.


Black History Week: WC 30th Oct 2017

What a success black history week was! This was mainly due to some of the fantastic artwork produced by the chidlren, that showed a maturity beyond their years.

Miss Frois' class in Year 5 produced a Basquiat pastiche, as did many children in Mr Saunder's art group. Year 5 also created some amazing tee-shirt designs. 

Year 3 made Basquiat-style pictures of fruit and veg using chalks, and Year 4 made some fantatstic African masks and 3D 'ghetto blasters'.

Year 6 made some striking Aboriginal paintings using a limited colour palette to reflect the earthy colours used by the Australian natives.


Artist of the Month

Well done to artist of the month, Caden in Avocets, for his amazing Basquiat artwork. It was hard to choose a winner, with amazing efforts also from Kameryn, Joisiah O, Simone and Ryan.


Brighten Your Bag Competiton - 3rd November 2017

Well done to the winners and all those who particiapted in this competiton. Prizes and certificates were handed out in this morning's assembly. You can see photos attached in this section.


Reading Corners

Mr Saunders has been busy making classrooms look inspiring for the children, particularly by painting book themes and characters on the windows of classrooms. You can see more in the gallery section here...

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