We are fortunate enough to have our own Art room where Pupils are encouraged to be creative and explore numerous artistic mediums and techniques.
From Year 1 Pupils enjoy a specialist Art lesson, learning from various artists and taking inspiration from different cultures through history which is often linked to classroom topic work.
Themes are interpreted in many different formats and lessons focus on developing techniques, drawing skills and creativity.
Pupils are encouraged to develop their skills and to enter their work into both internal and external art competitions and exhibitions. The standard of entries is always very high with children using their imagination and creativity to interpret the given theme.
Pupils from all age groups designed and created our School Mosaic which is on display outside the main School entrance. The project was kindly funded by the Croydon Art Society.
Our Year 4 Pupils recently entered the ‘Fourth Plinth Schools’ Awards’ designing and making a whale from plastic to highlight the threat that plastic poses to our oceans and planet.
Our Year 3 Pupils have taken part in the ‘Tate Steve McQueen Year 3 project’ where thousands of Year 3 children have been photographed during the year to create world’s biggest group portrait.
Other competitions our pupils have entered this year have included the ‘Cool Milk Christmas Card Competition’ and Croydon School’s competition to design a t-shirt for the School Athletics championships.
Reception Class work on Van Gogh:
Year 5 work on Monet:
Our Year 6 Students created a fantastic depiction of Leonardo de Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’:
Art Club runs twice a week on Wednesday and Friday after school and is always a popular choice for all age groups.