‘Starry Night’ - Using pastels to develop shape, movement and texture.
Year 5 have combined their blending of pastel skills from last week and their pencil line and texture techniques from two weeks ago to create their versions of Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’. The children were challenged to show shape, movement and texture and I think...
Year 5 became GSCE art students this afternoon! They had to experiment with pastels create various shades and tones, in preparation for a a final class composition, which will be completed in a few weeks time. A GCSE art student has to prove that they have investigated an art medium before...
Year 3 Skeleton Art
We have had another busy week in Year 3! As part of our topic on Bones and Skeletons, the children created their own paper straw skeletons after learning the names of the different bones of the body,labelleling the pictures to show what they had learnt. We are very impressed with...
Year 4 Potion Poems!
Year 4 have been busy writing fantastic poems using the AABB rhyming scheme in English. First we looked at the famous Witches spell from Macbeth to get some ideas and then the class came up with their own grusome ingredients and rhyming couplets! Well done Year 4 :)
A huge congratulations to you all for being elected by your classmates. Being a Councillor is a very responsible position and you all play a very important part in the development of Abbey Gates. We look forward to hearing your ideas and suggestions over the Summer Term. We would like...
Paul Klee - Colour Mixing
This afternoon, Year 5 had to demonstrate their abilities to mix colours, making use of water colours. Their challenge was to re-create Paul Klee’s ‘Double Tent’ composition.
Y2 Summer term newsletter
Please find attached, details on this term's new topic - Does where you live affect how you live?
Year 5 Newsletter
Please find attached, details on this term's new topic - 'How do we develop?' and a welcome form Mr Rich.
Complementary Colour Monsters
On Friday, Year 5 had their first Art lesson listen linked to our topic question of 'How do we develop?' This lesson involved Year 5 discussing how different colours are developed. From this, the lesson went on to learning about complementary colours. Complementary colours are two colours on opposite sides of the...