Last month in Year 5, we studied Surrealism as part of our French Art Project. In surrealism, the subjects look like out their out of reality, in fact some surrealist artworks are inspired by the artist’s dreams. The movement made artists find beauty in the unexpected and the uncanny subjects. The world surrealist suggests beyond reality, it’s a combination of both realism and imagination too. After having looked at different artists of this period, the children made some collages and a surrealist box inspired by The Listening Room by Rene Magritte. What beautiful artworks!
Thank you to all of the families who joined us on RSE Day 2019.
Well done to the two winning families who were picked out of the hat and have won a copy of Rob Biddulph’s Odd Dog Out.
At the Albert Hall on Monday 1st July some of our area band children played at The Summer Concert. They were lucky enough to have played with RHYO- Robin Hood youth Orchestra intermediate and The Djanogly Community Orchestra. Children played beautifully and the whole evening was an amazing success.
Some of our Year 5 children enjoyed their first language trip to watch a French clown at Edale Rise Primary School . They visited the school and then experienced a French restaurant managed by a very funny man and his puppet. All the pupils had a wonderful time and loved the fussball breaktime before the play.
On Monday our KS2 choir were fortunate to be able to take part in a vocal workshop, provided by Nottingham Music Service. The workshop was held in preparation for the Summer Sing concert at Nottingham Albert Hall,which we will be attending in June. The workshop was taught by Chris and Laura who were absolutely fantastic and the children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon!
Last year, we had a wonderful time celebrating a variety of art activities during a sunny afternoon.
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