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  • Art Club - Matisse Collages

    Published on Sunday 16th October 2016

    A selection of KS2 Art Club collages with torn paper inspired by Henri Matisse

  • Habitat Reports (Year 2)

    Published on Friday 14th October 2016

    Here is a selection of high-quality pieces of writing about habitiats from some of our children in Dolphins Class.

  • Rainforest Paintings (Year 3)

    Published on Friday 14th October 2016

    Paintings of the rainforest, inspired by the self-taught artist Henri Rousseau, as part of our topic An Amazing Amazonian Adventure by Dominic, Layla, Tia and Hannah in Black Cat Class

  • Sam (Year 3)

    Published on Friday 14th October 2016

    A great Rainforest poster by Sam in Black Cats Class.

  • Betty (Year 6)

    Published on Friday 14th October 2016

    A fantastic Clay Face Pot by Betty in Year 6 - Created in our KS2 Art Club

  • Layla (Year 3)

    Published on Friday 14th October 2016

    A lovely Rainforest poster by Layla

  • Amelia (Year 3)

    Published on Friday 14th October 2016

    A lovely Save the Rainforest poster by Amelia in Black Cats Class

  • Harry (Year 5)

    Published on Thursday 12th May 2016

    Year 5 have been learning about the life cycles of flowers. As part of this topic they have been sketching pictures of flowers. Well done Harry on a great picture.

  • Abigail (Year 5)

    Published on Thursday 12th May 2016

    Year 5 have been learning about the life cycles of flowers. As part of this topic they have been sketching pictures of flowers. Well done Abigail on a great picture.

  • Lily (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 12th May 2016

    Year 5 have been learning about the life cycles of flowers. As part of this topic they have been sketching pictures of flowers. Well done Lily on a great picture.

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