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The children have created a variety of artwork this week, which is now proudly displayed in the hall. Each class has spent time looking at a different artist and researching them before producing artwork in a similar style.
After celebrating ‘French Week’ in school each class was given something that related to France as a theme for our new hall displays. They all look fantastic and provide information at the same time!
Each class was given one of the 7 continents for their new display this term. The children gathered facts and created a wide range of artwork. The displays are a pleasure to look at!
Reading for Pleasure
The children at Copeland Road love to read, from Reception to Year 6 every child is encouraged to read for pleasure. We recognise that reading is so important and reading a wide range of texts can improve the quality of children’s writing. This half term the children designed book covers, wrote blurbs around their favourite stories and also wrote about why they enjoyed a particular book.
Artwork in History
This term has produced some fantastic artwork from all of the classes, their work is now displayed proudly in the hall. The classes put together a variety of art based upon their history topics.
Reception – Pollard and The Boar
Year 3 – The Stone Age
Year 1 – Britain’s Castles
Year 2 – Neil Armstrong
Year 4 – The Romans
Year 5 – The Vikings
Year 6 – Mary Ann Cotton
The children from every class were given the challenge of studying a famous artist. The children then had to create a collective piece of artwork for the display boards in the hall. In a short space of time, they have produced a fantastic mix of written work on their chosen artist alongside the colourful and vibrant artwork.
We are proud of the work produced and the achievements all of the children in our school.