This term, Year 6 took part in Forest School Activities.
Armed with curiosity and an eagerness to explore, Year 6 children set out to find natural resources – vibrant leaves, sturdy twigs, and an array of woodland wonders. They gathered an huge array of resources to use in their artwork.
In class, they set about using their materials to make a collage. They cut and glued their finds into peices they could use effectively.
The resulting collages are nothing short of impressive! The vibrant colours of autumn leaves, combined with the earthy textures of twigs, created a visual feast that captured the essence of the season. The attention to detail and the unique interpretations showcased the students’ ability to think outside the box and turn everyday materials into works of art.
The end results were excellent and the children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon.