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Year 6 Art Gallery

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Recently, the Year 6 students created an art Gallery to showcase their artwork created during IPC. The unit we were working on was called ‘Extreme Survivor’. As a part of this unit, students needed to explore the impact of humankind’s actions on the natural environment. Students selected their own issue to research. Issues ranged from melting ice caps, the poaching of rhinos, coral bleaching, and rising sea levels. Students then had to create awareness for their issue through an art piece. Students needed to consider how they would use the materials to communicate their message. Each artwork was very unique and included a variety of artistic skills. Art pieces ranged from sketches, paintings to collages. The students were very proud to share their work and understanding with students from primary and secondary, and also their parents. It was fantastic to hear the conversations that were prompted by the artwork. Below are some extracts from the students explaining their work. 

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My artwork is about how air pollution effects our environment. Air pollution effects our environment in many ways like causing acid rain, eutrophication and ground-level Ozone layer. The reason I made the smoke from the factory eating the tree trunk is because I wanted to show that air pollution is killing our planet. Julie H
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Our choice of newspaper articles reflected melting polar ice and global warming, thus showing the topic of this collage. The lighter colors we have chosen represents weakening ice, and the darker areas partially represents fractures in the iceberg. Increasingly melting ice also gradually increases the sea level, though “gradually” does not mean intense flooding cannot happen in 2045. Marco H
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I used these materials as they were very distinctive and attractive. I used these colours as blue represents water, red attracts the eyes, white as white and red are the most common colour on a warning sign, green as it is an eco-friendly colour and is bright. With a sea level rise of 1.5 metres, hundreds of millions of people would die from flooding, they would simply just hopelessly drown. Gareth


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