Some of the children in year 2 worked with a specialist artist to create glass art
Year Two created bunting and crowns to wear while having our Jubilee picnic on the bank
DT- Wacky Windmills
World Book Week has begun!
We started the week
by drawing our
favourite book characters!
Art Week (Spring 1) - Polar Bear masks
DT Day - Stable Structures
We started with a big pile of cardboard boxes
Our general manager showing Mrs Diesch who is doing what job
A team making the Prince and Princess castle
The outcome of their hardwork
Art Day - creating carboard houses inspired by Monomi Ohno
Today we made masks to celebrate Carnival
We also made maracas
Black History month
William T. Williams' original piece
The children created artwork inspired by William T. Williams
The children used strips of paper to create a pattern
They used glue and scissors to cut the strips to size
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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