In Y5 we have been studying a short film and we turned the visual images into narrative. Please enjoy some of the stories, more will get added over the next few days. Unfortunately, we don’t have the time to edit and improve our stories. Some Y5’s are still busy writing, but please enjoy their stories, […]
Harnoor: Seasons In Y5 we’ve been learning about seasons during our ‘Earth and beyond’ topic in Science. We had an art day, where we started the day by playing around with all the colours and we created our own pallet of colours. We all then painted the seasons, by looking at our pallet and thinking […]
Paul Nash is our Artist we are currently studying. He was a war artist. He was also in WW1 trenches himself! 1889–1946 Nationality: British Paul Nash was one of the most original British artists of the first half of the 20th Century. Working in the tradition of William Blake and Samuel Palmer, his paintings express […]
Oxford during WW2 – as seen by the artist: Paul Nash In the coming week, we will be looking at our WW2 Artist: PAUL NASH. We are going to use pastels to create our own WW2 art, in the style of Paul Nash. On the link you can see more of his great art.
Stamps are a Victorian Invention! Webb & Webb has worked with Axel Scheffler, illustrator of children’s book The Gruffalo, to design The Royal Mail’s 2012 Christmas stamps. See more of HIS ARTWORK on this link!
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‘Reflections in the water’ by Paul Cezanne. This artist is also a Victorian artist. Remember what we said about the four R’s – ‘reflect’ is what you need to think about this weekend. Reflect [think] about your work and what ‘goal’ you want to set yourself and also what you need to do to achieve it.
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Walter Tull – by Harnoor Walter Tull – by Gursimran Y5’s are currently working on our Black History display that needs to go up by Friday 21st September. All year groups have a topic to be covered and Y5’s topic is ‘Freedom’. We’ve chosen Walter Tull as he was born during the Victorian era, our […]