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046¬†The children’s achievements are celebrated throughout our school website. Sometimes we don’t want to forget about the quality of the outcomes they have achieved in years gone by – so we celebrate it here in The Gallery of Antiquity.

We Love Barnes – Arts Week 2015

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African Heritage – Arts Week 2014

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Reuse, Recycle, Reduce: Create – Arts Week 2013

Many wonderful creations were produced from discarded materials. Reception pupils made a turtle. IMG_9850 Year 5 pupils made a design using old pieces of felt. IMG_9784 Year 6 produced a map of the local area using out-of-date magazines. IMG_9868 Nursery pupils created sparkling designs by dropping plastic items and shiny stones onto plaster of paris. They arranged small plastic items and shiny stones to make a sparkling design. IMG_9892 Year 2 pupils created simple spirals using pieces of cut off card. IMG_9963   Young learners in Key Stage 1 used their hands and fingers to create this highly original design IMG_9861 Some of the children in the nursery used a similar technique to the one Jackson Pollock employed.

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Reception pupils created their own version of Kandinsky’s concentric rings design.

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Year 5 pupils found some old tin drink cans and created an individual design like the one below

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These designs were all put together to make wonderful displays.

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They also produced some beautifully crafted pottery.

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Meanwhile Year 3 were scratching around on some old tin take away lids.

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Arts: Get Set, Go – Arts Week, February 2012

 Life drawing of a model

Ancient Greek container, 5W

Diwali pots, 5W

London skyline, 3GL

 Plastic designs, 5GS

Olympic rings, 3O

School photograph competition, September 2011

Creative journal contributions, Years 6, 2010-11

Outcomes from Itching to StitchSummer Term 2011:

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Year 6‘s remarkable, and enormous, piece of embroidery.

One of the many stuffed, felt birds created by pupils in Year 2.

A few highlights from 2010…

Arts Project 2010 Please be patient: just 2 minutes to download. Sustainable house designs 2010: again, won’t be long! Richmond Park models – you’ve been patient so far: 2 more minutes?

One of the children’s favourite outcomes from the 2010 Arts Project was the full-size humpbacked whale they made. This has now been suspended from the Key Stage 1 hall following its trip to Westminster as part of an anti-whale hunting protest.

There¬†are some outstanding designs at our school. Featured above are a house of the future designed for sustainable living; Nessie the dragon made from old computer parts and a¬†symmetrical stone circle created by pupils in Year 2. Below are three panels¬†taken from two separate nine panel computer generated compositions. They show¬†pupils’¬†versions of Pablo Picasso’s famous painting,¬†‘Guernica’.