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Year 2 – Spirited Art

Year 2 – Spirited Art

Year 2 children celebrated the end of their R.E. topic on Local Church and Community by creating an image inspired by the story of Jesus being baptised by John the Baptist. Children used oil pastels to create an image of baptism.

…Until this time, Jesus had spent most of his earthly life in quiet obscurity. Suddenly, he appeared on the scene, walking up to John in the River Jordan. He came to John to be baptised, but John told him, “I need to be baptised by you.” John wondered why Jesus had asked to be baptised. Jesus replied: “Let it be so” After Jesus was baptised, he came up from the water, the heavens opened and he saw the Holy Spirit descending on him like a dove. God spoke from heaven saying, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am pleased.”

 

Year 2: Art and Design

Year 2: Art and Design

The Great Fire of London Year 2 drew and coloured the front cover for their topic book for the Great Fire of London today. Children looked at historical paintings as a reference and then focused on scale, foreground, middleground and background to try and create a sense of depth to their picture. Children tried to… Continue Reading

Stone Age Pottery

Stone Age Pottery

In Year 3 we have been learning about the Stone Age. We researched Neolithic pottery and created a mood board to inspire our own designs. After considering their design and purpose we had a go at making our own with some fantastic results. Continue Reading

Year 2 – Design and Build a Pirate Ship

Year 2 – Design and Build a Pirate Ship

Year 2 have had a brilliant but messy week in class building their pirate ships. Children used plastic bottles, glitter, card, glue, plant canes, paint, rice (to stabilise the bottle) to make their ship. Children also produced lost treasure maps and wanted posters which they then inserted into the bottles. Continue Reading

Pentecost

Pentecost

Reception completed their Pentecost topic this week. They have produced some beautiful artwork inspired by the story of Pentecost Day and have also re-told the story in their own words with thought to how the disciples felt. Some children wrote words that they thought described the disciples’ emotions. Continue Reading