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Year 6 Minh Long Pottery Trip

01 March 2017

On Monday 27th February, Year 6 had their annual trip to Minh Long pottery to help support their learning in Vietnamese Culture. The children have been working on designs in class and now had the opportunity to transfer these onto ceramic plates at the centre.

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To further their understanding of the pottery process, the year group were also shown a video that explains the stages involved in creating a piece of pottery, from the clay material that is moulded into the required shape to the artistry of the intricate painted patterns that we could see on show.

We now have to be patient as all of the children’s pieces were kept at Minh Long in order to have them fired in their ovens and then glazed for that finishing touch. We look forward to seeing them in around a couple of weeks.

Mr Greg Wilde, Year 6 Teacher & MP3 Assistant Leader