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  • Harry (Year 1)

    Published on Monday 26th February 2018

    Last term, Year 1 were learning about bridges and they looked at Claude Monet's picture, "Bridge over a Pond of Water Lillies." Harry created his own interpretation of this using collages and paint.

     

  • Alisha (Year 1)

    Published on Monday 26th February 2018

    Last term, Year 1 were learning about bridges and they looked at Claude Monet's picture, "Bridge over a Pond of Water Lillies." Lilly created her own interpretation of this using collages and paint.

  • Caitlin (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 8th February 2018

    Tigers have been busy producing some "Lowry" inspired artwork.  Caitlin looked at scenes from Deal and used Lowry's techniques to produce her own piece of art.

  • Robyn(Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 8th February 2018

    Tigers have been busy producing some "Lowry" inspired artwork. Robyn looked at scenes from Deal and used his techniques to produce her own piece of art.

  • Alfie (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 8th February 2018

    Tigers have been busy producing some "Lowry" inspired artwork.  Alfie looked at scenes from Deal and used the artist's techniques to produce his own piece of art.

  • Florence (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 8th February 2018

     "Lowry" inspired artwork by Florence who looked at scenes from Deal to produce her own piece of art.

  • Rosa (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 8th February 2018

    Rosa has looked at scenes frm Deal and used her techniques to produce her own piece of art based on the work of artist Lowry.

  • Seb (Year 2)

    Published on Thursday 8th February 2018

    Another fantastic "Lowry" inspired piece.  Seb has taken a close look at scenes from Deal and used Lowry as his inspiration.

  • Nelly (Year 3)

    Published on Tuesday 6th February 2018

    Nelly from Peacock's Class Year 3 has created a Roman at home, as part of the Roman Gifts topic

  • Francesca(Year 4)

    Published on Thursday 30th November 2017

    Wonderful contrast of colour, well done Francesca from Giraffes class.

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