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Year 3 and 4 Present Their Art Exhibition

Throughout this week the students from Year 3 and 4 have had their artwork on display for their parents and the rest of the school to admire.

Examples of artwork from each class.

Each year group puts on an art exhibition once throughout the year to give the students the opportunity to present the pieces they’ve worked so hard on, and the rest of the school the chance to share in their work.

Year 3’s artwork this year was all inspired by their work on Africa that they’ve been studying this term and there were some great African masks on display.

Year 4 have been studying the topic of modern day explorers, so their artwork looked at different landscapes and artist John Brunsdon’s work on landscapes, and they used his linear contour style in their work with pastels. There was also some Chinese painting work and some mosaic work from term 1.

Each child chose a piece of work that they were particularly proud of and wrote a reflection about it to display next to their piece. Their art work looked fantastic and there was a lot of positive feedback from parents and children alike.

"I was really proud to see my artwork on the wall.’"Aidan, Year 3

"I liked the way the Chinese paintings had different shades of black.’"Matt, Year 4

"I like my art lessons because I can be imaginative and create what I like instead of being told what to draw." Olie, Year 4