Art Club has again been very popular this term. The theme for this session was ‘People’. We set out to paint in complimentary colours, using a range of painting techniques, collage and other art media. We thought about the qualities we look for in a friend, which would give us an idea of how our work would look. We worked in groups and, with some creative imagination, we each produced a drawing or painting of a person.
The art club is an opportunity to be make new friends, work with people from different age groups who we don’t usually have an opportunity to work alongside and to try new things. We encourage and support each other to take new risks. Everyone is encouraged to be independent, gathering their own materials and cleaning up after themselves - very important! The work is on display in the art area, so do pop in and have a look if you are in school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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