War-inspired Watercolours

On Friday 18th January year 6 were visited by two artists who worked with us to create our very own watercolour masterpieces. Sarah and Jenny started by talking to us about the events at Dunkirk during World War II. Next we took part in some warm up activities which helped us to practise drawing moving objects quickly: an essential skill for any war artist. We were asked to focus on the RAF and looked at many images of war planes, explosions and ‘dog fights’. After planning our paintings in our art books we sketched them on to special art paper. Before it was our turn to paint, Sarah and Jenny showed us how to use the watercolours effectively. We all used colour and motion to great effect. Well done!



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Volcano Research

On Friday we researched different ways of creating a working volcano. We used the internet to look in to the different ways we could try to make a volcano erupt using every day items. We found a number of different ways, the most popular being using a fizzy drink and mentos mints. We evaluated this…Continue Reading

Amazing Anglo-Saxons

On our visit to Jarrow Hall, we became Anglo-Saxons for the day. We had a great time on the farm, where we saw the animals and found out about the different ways they were used to provide food, clothing, utensils, weapons and ornamentation. We were really surprised at how much of each animal was used.…Continue Reading


On Monday afternoons Year 5 are going to be taking part in some Tri-Golf coaching for the next six weeks. Our coach Brian was very impressed with the start we made and some of us look like we could become quite the golfers! We will keep you updated on our progress.   Article 29 Your…Continue Reading