Featured Whole School Home Learning — 27 February 2021
Some Wonderful Pavement Art

Congratulations to all of the children who have sent in their pictures for our Pavement Art Competition. The competition runs until next Tuesday (2nd March) so please keep sending them in.

We were inspired to set this competition up thanks to two former pupils (and excellent artists!) Amelie-Boo and Daisy, who came in at the end of half-term to chalk some cheerful pictures and messages for our children. Everybody who enters the competition will receive a special certificate incorporating one of Amelie-Boo and Daisy’s designs.

Well done to all of you, a fantastic effort so far!

Tilana goes out for her second session of pavement art!
Rainbow, sunshine, heart and rabbits… what more could we want? And a beautifully centralised composition Tilana, well done!
Finished now… and the rabbits (having been beautifully drawn) now need my attention!
William has decorated his slab with a colourful flower.
|Tilana created a fabulous unicorn above her colourful rainbow.
Tilana’s flower really brightens up the driveway.
Cherie created a mermaid tail with mermaid wishes!
Iris created a wonderful rainbow!
And a brick rainbow!
Ana, Eva and Isaac add colour to the balcony.
A wonderful message for us all!
Freddie drew a fantastic dinosaur!
Connor produced the perfect rainbow!
Alma in action!
And Sophie lends a hand (a chalky hand!)
Fabulous results girls… and very appropriate as we look forward to the start of spring!
Megan, Hannah and Daniel have added plenty of colour to their driveway!
Including a heart-shaped balloon!

A colourful flower pattern (making strong use of the primary colours!)

And interconnecting circles!
Claire and Hannah (Year 4) worked together, using a Turner-like style with their chalk seascape!
James has been inspired by the planets!
Our Infant Key Worker ‘bubble’ have been decorating the playground!

A colourful ‘key worker spiral!’

Maxwell worked with Mrs Koter on their very own ‘Rainbow Fish.’

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