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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

Art

'Every child is an artist'

Pablo Picasso

 

'I love Art at Trotts Hill because we paint a lot and I love painting plants.' Hunter

 

'Art at Trotts Hill is very fun and inspiring.' Willow

 

'Art at Trotts Hill is really creative and nothing can be wrong, everything you do is correct.' Gabriel

 

Curriculum Maps

Summer 2021 Arts Week

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The children at Trotts Hill have had some fantastic, inspiring opportunities in Arts Week this year! KS2 have taken part in workshops with Ella Wheway - the Assistant Stage Manager for Only Fools and Horses the Musical in the West End. Ella spent time discussing her career in the Arts with the children - which involves making props to use in shows. Children in Year 3 and 4 learnt how to make prop ice cream using mashed potato to stop it from melting! Children in Years 5 and 6 learnt how to make maps look old by staining them with tea and coffee. 

All children at Trotts Hill have also been painting a pebble to create a whole school display in our wellbeing area, as well as taking part in drama workshops with Mr Driver, and performing songs and dances.

Summer 2021 Year 1 Printing

Year 1 worked as a team to decorate a dinosaur by printing patterns using polystyrene tiles that they had created.

Summer 2021 Year 4 Ancient Egyptian Art

This term Year 4 are looking at Ancient Egyptian Art, as well as learning about Alaa Awad - a contemporary Egyptian graffiti artist.

Summer 2021 Year 5 Tone and Georgia O'Keefe

This term Year 5 have been exploring tone and looking at work created by Georgia O'Keefe. They experimented with created different shades of one colour and tried sketching in the style of Georgia O'Keefe.

Spring 2021 Year 3 Andy Warhol

Spring 2021 Year 2 Great Fire of London Houses

As part of their home learning, Year 2 made houses out of recyclable materials to represent the houses from the time period of The Great Fire of London.

Autumn 2020 Year 2: Pattern Work

Year 2 have been investigating patterns linked to nature and created their own patterns based on Kassou Seydou. 

Autumn 2020: Yayoi Kusama in Year 1

Year 1 have been producing pieces of work inspired by Yayoi Kusama. After viewing pictures of her work and discussing her life as an artist, they used watercolours to make their own dotty paintings.

March 2020: Arts Week

During Arts Week, the children at Trotts Hill were very busy getting work ready for our Art Exhibition! The exhibition will feature framed work that every child has made, and will help to raise money for Arts resources for our school. Each child also made a butterfly to go around our new 'Dream Big' mural in the Butterworth Gallery.

Butterfly Mural

The Creative Crew, Mrs Spendlove and Mrs Purdham have been very busy making a beautiful butterfly mural in the Butterworth Gallery. This is linked to our school's 'Dream Big' focus - the quote reads 'until you spread your wings you have no idea how far you can fly'. During Arts Week, every child in the school will also be a making their own butterfly to go around the mural, so that everyone in our school community will have made their own unique contribution to this piece of art.
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