19 Mar Collaborative Art – Celebrating Togetherness
To support the children’s reintegration back into their class communities, all classes created a collective art piece which every child contributed to. This lovely activity reinforced ‘togetherness’ after such a long time apart.
Reception’s art piece was a celebration linked to their RE topic which included celebrating the colourful Hindu festival of Holi.
Year 1’s art piece: ‘Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together make this world a beautiful garden.’ The children’s unique hands came together to make this creation.
Year 2’s art piece: Reading Gives you Wings. The children all created their own feather which formed two reading wings in the Y2 book corner.
Year 3’s art piece was inspired by Vincent Van Gough’s ‘Sunflowers’. The children all made their own flower which joined together to make a beautiful bouquet!
Year 4’s art piece was a product of motivational comments that the children wrote during lockdown to help see them through difficult times. They used tape and water colour paints to create this lovely effect:
Year 5’s art piece celebrated each individual child’s personality and character. Together they make the 5 in Year 5!
Year 6’s art piece was a collection of positive messages: