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Art and Design at St George's Primary Academy

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." - Pablo Picasso

 

Here at St George's we aim to deliver high-quality Art and Design lessons that engage, inspire and challenge pupils, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to experiment, invent and create their own works of art, craft and design. We give children a broad range of opportunities and experiences, including working with different media, learning new skills and being inspired by famous artists. 

 

Art 2020-21

It has been an interesting year with some whole school collaborative projects, home learning, and art taking place in the classroom.  We hope you enjoy these examples of what we have been up to. 

Whole School

When we came back to school in September 2020, as part of our recovery curriculum, we created a whole school piece of art. This collaboration was powerful because it united our school, at a time when we couldn't all be together. It represents hope and community. 

 

Each class spent some time exploring different textures, creating rubbings from nature and making patterns. Then they learned about contrasting colours and how this could be used in collage. Each child then made a bird of hope for our display, using the skills they had learned.

 

In addition, each class were given a colour and were asked to create feathers, by drawing around their finger and adding texture.

 

We compiled all the feathers together to create a whole school bird of hope. Together we can create amazing things.

 

 

 

Team Tavy

In our reception class, children are exploring art constantly though play, mark making and sometimes through more guided activities. Each day children take part in drawing club in which they express their imaginative ideas by putting pen, pencil and crayon to paper (sometimes in other ways too.)

 

 

Plym Class

In Plym, the children are introduced to sketchbooks for the first time. We have learned what a sketch book is and how to use it to record our ideas and experiment. In our school, we have 4 sketch book rules. No Crossing out, no rubbing out, tracing is not cheating and use the space on each page.  We have learned drawing warm ups like continuous line drawing, explored colour mixing, printed using lego, created abstract compositions, learned about artists (Bridget Riley, Louis Wain, Beatriz Milhazes among others), experimented with using different media to draw, made a watery landscape while listening to classical music and much more! 

Lynher Class

In Lynher, children have been creating art through rainbow challenges and continuous provision, as well as more formal art lessons. Here are some examples of their creative pieces. 

Tamar Class
Art 2019-20

2019-20 St David's Day Daffodils March 2020

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A virtual exhibition of our KS1 and KS2 children's daffodil art work.

2019-20 Team Tavy penguins and self portraits

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Tavy class of Reception and Year 1 children were learning about penguins. They painted these by observing pictures of penguins. They were given a limited pallete of ready mix poster paint. The self portraits were completed as part of drawing club, children were asked to draw themselves, from memory. This is useful to see how the children imagine themselves and their bodies.

2019-20 Plym hedgehogs

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2019-20 Year 3/4 Keith Haring

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2019-20 Year 3/4 Egyptian art

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Mosaics and mixed media themed around Ancient Egypt

2019-20 Year 3/4 Urns

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Lyhner class used Mod Roc to sculpt these Grecian urns.

2019-20 Tamar class Lowry sketches

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2019-20 Tamar 2D sculpture

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