Another amazing day with artist, Fabric Lenny where we created drawings using a technique called Continuous Line Drawing, this means your pen does not leave the paper until your drawing is finish. It’s tricky, but well worth the effort! Look at our pictures to see our efforts…
Years 3 and 6 had a super exciting experience working with local artist Paul Slater known in the Art World as Fabric Lenny. They learned new drawing techniques and created lots of images and drawings for an animation which Paul will put together over the next few months as he works with Experience Barnsley to create a new exhibition.
Click on the arrows to scroll through the images below to see what a great time our fabulous learners had.
Thanks go to Paul and Experience Barnsley for this wonderful opportunity!!
Take a look at Fabric Lenny’s work HERE
Our younger learners set the bar high with their standard of commitment and determination last Wednesday when they had their morning at the English Institute of Sport. I am pleased to say our older learners have matched their success equally today on their visit. A totally enjoyable morning exercising lots of disciplines in a rotation of activities including: long jump, high jump, shot put, javelin, 60 meters and 200 meters… Fabulous!!
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Film of our last lap:
We are amazed and so proud of our younger learners as they challenged themselves and each other in taking part in a morning of athletics at the fantastic English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. We had a great time… See our gallery of pictures by clicking the arrow keys.
The video of our finishing lap:
Roxy and Millie have been writing about the things Max found in the story Where the wild things are and told me how he dressed up as a monster .
Our lead learners and eco council visited the Town Hall as a follow up from their trip to parliament a couple of weeks ago. The children met the Mayor, Councillilor Linda Burgess, who kindly gave our children a tour of the town hall. The children saw the councillors chambers and the Mayors parlour and were able to ask the Mayor lots of interesting questions. Mrs Tyas and Gilly were blown away with how well the children represented our school.