Nursery Art Challenge - Through my WindowYou've shared some amazing ideas. Well done to all of the following for completing the whole school Art Challenge last week, sending in your black pen drawings of what you could see outside of your window.
Reception's 'Through My Window' Art ChallengeThe Art Challenge was to draw, in black and white, what they could see through their window at home. We have had some great work and it is so lovely to see that the sunshine has featured in so many of the pictures.
Year 2 Art ChallengeLast week we set an art challenge for the children. This was to draw, in black and white, what they could see through their window at home. We have had some great work and it is so lovely to see that the sunshine has featured in so many of the pictures. Here are some of the pieces from Year 2
Year 3 Art FestivalThe theme for the Art Festival was 'through my window' where the children were asked to draw what they could see from a window at home. Thank you to all Ash and Oak children who have sent in their artwork. We are so proud of all children's hard work and we hope you enjoy looking at them as much as we did!
Year 4 - Through My WindowAs part of last week's Whole School Art Challenge, Year 4 were asked to produce a monochromatic drawing on the theme of "Through My Window". We wanted to share these pictures with you, and actually we can now feel a little closer to each other by being able to see what other people can see too. Thank you to the children for their wonderful creations.
Year 5 'Through My Window' Art ChallengeWell done Year 5 - we had lots of entries for last week's art challenge, 'Through My Window'. It was lovely to see the range of styles that you took to complete the challenge! Keep up the good work.
Year 6 Art ChallengeThank you to those who have sent in your wonderful drawings this week. A whole range of different features have been shown, including gardens with patios, trees, summerhouses, trampolines, BBQs, basketball hoops, pools and bicycles plus others showing views across to neighbouring houses and buildings.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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