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Ancient Egyptian mask making in Year 3

Art inspired by reading - motivational messages


In Art, we have explored the role of an artist in the creation of a book. To do this, we read a very special book called 'The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse' by Charlie Mackesy. Filled with motivational messages and hope, it is a story for both young and old. Inspired by the wonderful illustrations, our children chose one memorable quote to illustrate, designing their own book page. The quality of illustrations and the messages conveyed were excellent - this book has certainly made an impression! Take a look at just some of your wonderful examples below. 

Art inspired by reading - motivational messages

Year Six analysed existing products

Designing outfits and bedrooms for our favourite book characters!

Year Five were challenged to create a chair to sit on!

Year Six looked at Design Engineers and the qualities they have

Preparing for Shrove Tuesday by following a recipe and making our own. We also thought about how we could adapt the recipe

Designing and making lanterns for Chinese New Year

We've designed and made bird feeders to join in with the Big British Bird Watch

Year 4 enjoyed learning different stitches which helped them to design and make their own Christmas decorations

Year 3 designed and made photo Frames for their Christmas photos, including thinking about how their frame would stand and how their photo would be put in

We enjoyed a fantastic workshop with Roots to Food where we looked at food hygiene as well as different cutting and cooking techniques. The results were delicious... so much so that lots of us tried the recipe at home!

The Great Annunciation Bake Off July 2020

Rationed cooking for VE Day!

Stunning Mandir models using a range of materials by Year 5


Year 3 have been exploring Antoni Gaudi's architectural creations in Barcelona, in connection with our Geography topic. This inspired the children to design and sculpt their own clay towers, experimenting with a variety of tools and techniques.