This week our year groups are teaming up together (older children with younger) and choosing a country affected by pollution.
|Year Reception, 1 and 4||Peru|
|Year 2 and 5||Australia|
|Year 3 and 6||China|
During art for this week we are making collaborative sculptures using recycled materials to represent some aspect of the country and its particular pollution issues.
Tuesday 26th February
The children will be learning to draw rainforest and ocean wildlife with children's author and illustrator Peter Kavanagh more of his work can be found on his website www.peterkavanagh.co.uk. He will be producing a large scale mural which the children will be able to paint later in the week.
Thursday 28th February
Open afternoon to see the children's work from Multicultural week 3.15pm - 4pm
Friday 1st March
We will be having a mufti day (colours of your country's flag) with a 50p donation to buy a set of re-usable cups and plate to avoid creating waste with plastic cups etc.
Collaborative Art Sculpture
Some of our children worked with our resident artist Kate Munro on a plastic awareness themed sculpture. This consists of over 1600 bottle tops!!
Kate tells us "Thank you for lending me your groups of children this week. We've had a great time - the children were really inventive, and we had some very interesting discussions about the responsibility we all have for the environment and what we can do about it."