Acre Hall have recently appointed their art ambassadors. Today they looked at the displays around school and some sketchbooks/work taking place in classes. They were pleased and inspired with all the creativity they could see!
The Whitworth teamed up with the University of Manchester’s School of Mathematics to bring new, innovative ways of relating Art and Maths including construct objects, explore pattern finding, measure dimensions and learn how 2D shapes can inform 3D objects in a masterclass programme that Lime Tree took part in.
Pupils who are involved with skyscrapers and others were working individually and in groups, exploring through movement, ideas on the type of bird they want to be. Stimulating creative pieces to be displayed later in July, at the Steppingstonescreative Corezze Arts festival.
Year five created a Chuck Close inspired portrait of Nelson Mandela, the work followed on from their ‘Black History’ lessons. All squares or parts of squares that needed to be dark were coloured with darker secondary, tertiary or shaded hues (colors mixed with black). The others were coloured bright or Read more…
To celebrate the success of our arts activities, we decided that The Dunham Trust Arts Festival needed a separate logo and distinct identity, whilst simultaneously honouring the Trust logo and overarching identity/ ethos of The Dunham Trust. We wanted our pupils to come up with the concept for the new Read more…
The children developed perspective with chalk as their material. They were inspired by the first man on the moon Buzz Aldrin.
Year 3 at Lime Tree have been learning French with Mrs Robertson every Wednesday. This week, they learned the numbers 1-10 using song, and even managed to get a round going – listen out for those harmonies!
Children at Elmridge shared their Arts Award in a special assembly.
Year 4L at Lime Tree have got hands on while learning about how each type of mountain is formed by making them out of salt dough!