In P6a we did some poppy art for remembarance day! We were focusing on our perspective and making it look like the poppy’s are disappearing into the distance! We drew a horizon where as the poppy’s were disapearing into the distance they got smaller and smaller and when they got “closer” they became bigger!
Here are some of our unfinished poppy designs:
P6a spent some time getting the Secret Garden ready for winter. We were weeding the raised beds and tidying up the new fairy maze. A couple of us even tackled the willow tunnel… It’s going to take a bit more time and a lot of teamwork!
This week in art we were looking at body proportions and linking it in to our titanic work with reseaching first class passengers and second and third class.
We were measuring out wha
t size our arms and legs are and working on body propotions with what parts of our body goes where And what clothing they would were at that time of year and in different classes.
All together we all enjoyed doing this and cant wait to finish them.
PF and BM
P6A had a lot of fun making our own hammocks!
Mr. Dove didn’t give instuctions to make the hammocks so P6A had to get into partners and try to make up their own instuctions to try and put up a hammock safely. People had a harder time than others. P6 got to chill in the hammocks for a little while.
Here are some of P6’s pictures:
A pupil in P6a was very successful by writing a letter and creating a cross-stitch of Henry the Blue Peter dog! She sent it to BBC’s Blue Peter and has received a Blue Peter badge! Well done!