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Creative Colour Wheels – a Virtual School project for Y7

Year 7 were given a challenge to go on a hunt around the house to find as many coloured objects as they could find to create a colour wheel.

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The results are rather stunning!

As many of our youngsters do not have paint at home, we wanted them to find a more creative way to assemble a colour wheel.  This was a project we had started at school using paint to learn how to mix colours, shades and tints. Knowing that not all of our students have paint at home, we looked for a more creative solution to continue the theme. Here are some of the results and they look spectacular - well done Year 7!

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Year 7 and 8 Art Teacher