Year 3 Design and Technology - the children designed and stitched their own Christmas decoration.
Year 5 - Linking to last term's Geography unit Year 5 created their own Rainforest bird. They planned their design in their sketch book and then learnt to fold and cut paper to create a realistic feather.
Here are some of Year 6's eyes on cans. This project was an outcome of studying the Portsmouth artist 'My dog Sighs.' Some of the children were lucky enough to have visited My Dog Sigh's recent exhibition. This term the children have improved their drawing and painting skills and have learnt to paint some realistic eyes.
This term Year 2 have been learning about Tone and drawing portraits. Here are the tonal pictures of Florence Nightingale.
Year 2 have been learning how to mix a range of colours from the three primary colours . They have applied this to their Autumn leaves painting.
Year 6 have been finding out about the work of Portsmouth Artist 'My Dog Sighs' Here are some of their drawings 'studies of eyes'.
In art Year 3 are finding out about colour. They are learning about the colours in the colour wheel and how the secondary and tertiary colours are made. In this lesson the practised skills in mixing and blending chalks,
Year 5 are learning to use their sketchbooks as Artists. Here are their studies of 'Birds of the Amazon RainForest.'
Year 2 This term's art has been linked to their topic of animals living in the Arctic and Antarctica Have been finding out about texture and made some texture rubbings as part of their penguin collage.
Year 5 Animal collage This project involved collage, painting and pastels techniques. The effective background was created through using water resist pastel and a wash of watercolour. The paper was then torn and layered to create an effect of fur or feathers.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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