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 ARTS WEEK 

16th October to 20st October 2017.

During Arts Week the children and staff had a great opportunity to learn new skills and apply those they already have in a range of creative activities.  They have explored colour and shape in many different media and the results are truly impressive!  The artists they have been inspired by have included Kaffe, Fassett, Kandinsky and Andy Goldsworthy.  Early in the week a member of staff from Southampton Art Gallery ran workshops for Year 2 children on mono-printing.  The children's work looked amazing.  As well as developing visual art skills the week has also reinforced some of the values and 'learner for life' skills that we teach and practice in school including respect, engagement, perseverance, team work, friendship, awe and wonder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Southampton Art Gallery came into school to show us how to create our own Mono-prints. We were inspired by shapes and colours.

Southampton Art Gallery came into school to show us how to create our own Mono-prints. We were inspired by shapes and colours. 1
Southampton Art Gallery came into school to show us how to create our own Mono-prints. We were inspired by shapes and colours. 2
Southampton Art Gallery came into school to show us how to create our own Mono-prints. We were inspired by shapes and colours. 3
Southampton Art Gallery came into school to show us how to create our own Mono-prints. We were inspired by shapes and colours. 4
Southampton Art Gallery came into school to show us how to create our own Mono-prints. We were inspired by shapes and colours. 5

In Year 2 the children have been learning about Dragons. They made some colourful dragon collages.

In Year 2 the children have been learning about Dragons.  They made some colourful dragon collages. 1
In Year 2 the children have been learning about Dragons.  They made some colourful dragon collages. 2

The children in Year 2 looked at the textile artist Kaffe Fosset. They were inspired to create their own fabric collage.

The children in Year 2 looked at the textile artist Kaffe Fosset. They were inspired to create their own fabric collage. 1
The children in Year 2 looked at the textile artist Kaffe Fosset. They were inspired to create their own fabric collage. 2

The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective.

The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 1
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 2
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 3
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 4
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 5
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 6
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 7
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 8
The children were inspired to create their own Kaffe Fosset designs. The stained glass windows looked really effective. 9

The children created their own displays around the book 'Rainbow Fish' They worked as a team to create the sea backdrop by weaving different bits of paper and material through a loom. They next designed their own fish scale by mixing primary colours to create different shades .

The children created their own displays around the book 'Rainbow Fish'  They worked as a team to create the sea backdrop by weaving different bits of paper and material through  a loom.  They next designed their own fish scale by mixing primary colours to create different shades . 1
The children created their own displays around the book 'Rainbow Fish'  They worked as a team to create the sea backdrop by weaving different bits of paper and material through  a loom.  They next designed their own fish scale by mixing primary colours to create different shades . 2
The children created their own displays around the book 'Rainbow Fish'  They worked as a team to create the sea backdrop by weaving different bits of paper and material through  a loom.  They next designed their own fish scale by mixing primary colours to create different shades . 3
The children created their own displays around the book 'Rainbow Fish'  They worked as a team to create the sea backdrop by weaving different bits of paper and material through  a loom.  They next designed their own fish scale by mixing primary colours to create different shades . 4
The children created their own displays around the book 'Rainbow Fish'  They worked as a team to create the sea backdrop by weaving different bits of paper and material through  a loom.  They next designed their own fish scale by mixing primary colours to create different shades . 5

The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs. They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground.

The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 1
The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 2
The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 3
The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 4
The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 5
The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 6
The children enjoyed making their own Dragon Eggs.  They used paper mache to cover a balloon. They then waited for them to dry and then painted them. They also created dragons using natural marerials from the playground. 7

The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work.

The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 1
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 2
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 3
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 4
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 5
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 6
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 7
The children created their own Friedensreich Hundertwasser masterpieces. They used bright colours and curved lines. Hundertwasser loved using spirals and you can see this in some of the children's work. 8

The children in Year 1 looked at the artist Kandinsky and created their own Kandinsky art.

The children in Year 1 looked at the artist Kandinsky and created their own Kandinsky art. 1
The children in Year 1 looked at the artist Kandinsky and created their own Kandinsky art. 2
The children in Year 1 looked at the artist Kandinsky and created their own Kandinsky art. 3
The children in Year 1 looked at the artist Kandinsky and created their own Kandinsky art. 4
The children in Year 1 looked at the artist Kandinsky and created their own Kandinsky art. 5

In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy. They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials.

In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.  They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials. 1
In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.  They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials. 2
In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.  They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials. 3
In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.  They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials. 4
In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.  They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials. 5
In Chestnut Class the children created clay masks inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.  They enjoyed going outside and attaching the clay to the tree trunks and making wonderful masks. They enhanced them by adding natural materials. 6

The children created some beautiful stained glass picture using tracing paper and coloured paper. They first looked at some stained windows that were created by an American artist called Louis Comfort Tiffany.

The children created some beautiful stained glass picture using tracing paper and coloured paper.  They first looked at some stained windows that were created by an American artist called Louis Comfort Tiffany. 1
The children created some beautiful stained glass picture using tracing paper and coloured paper.  They first looked at some stained windows that were created by an American artist called Louis Comfort Tiffany. 2

The children in Reception looked at the artist Piet Mondrian and created their own pieces of art.

The children in Reception looked at the artist Piet Mondrian and created their own pieces of art. 1
The children in Reception looked at the artist Piet Mondrian and created their own pieces of art. 2
The children in Reception looked at the artist Piet Mondrian and created their own pieces of art. 3
The children in Reception looked at the artist Piet Mondrian and created their own pieces of art. 4
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