It has been a wonderfully creative term in the art room and pupils have learnt new skills, discovered and developed their talents and worked with independence and diligence on their art. We have explored different mediums including sculpture, working with wire, wood and clay and printmaking.
These are a few examples from the classes I have […]
It was all hands on deck today, the last Friday before the winter fair. The Wild Things are preparing to sell a selection of items and were busy sanding, snipping, cutting and tying ribbons. We’ve still some finishing off to do next week. Look out for some hand crafted gifts on Friday.
Year 5 have been delving into their imaginations and coming up with creative and wonderful ideas about what a child robot might eat for breakfast or what lessons they might do at school. They even used the laptops to hear what a robot might sound like. Have a look at some of their suggestions.
Based on our literacy text ‘A Long Walk to Water’, we will be creating persuasive posters in order to encourage people to donate money to a water charity.
This week will be using rounding to help us estimate our answers to addition and subtraction questions. We will also continue to use inverse operations to check our […]
Oscar winning film maker, Steve McQueen is in the middle of an exciting new project involving every Year 3 child in London. At Heathbrook, we were lucky enough to be able to take part and today we welcomed the Tate Britain staff to our school to take a photograph of us all.
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We did some sketches of the London skyline. We tried to create different effects by using our pencils in different ways like holding our pencils at the top so we lose some control of the line we create and also drawing with our non-dominant hand.
We were inspired by looking at two different artists, Ken Done […]