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Year Six Sunflower Art Depicts the Value of Compassion

This week, year six have been completing their sunflower art project that would be used to depict our school’s value of compassion.  First, they were given an opportunity to create some samples in their sketch books to record their observations and use them to review and revisit ideas that could be painted on for a pop art press. Through discussion, they sought to improve their mastery of art and design techniques, which in turn, would be used to finalise their contributions to St. Mary’s and St. Pancras’ Primary School’s sunflower art display.

 

Today, our class learned how painting is a way for children to do many important things such as conveying ideas, expressing emotion, using their senses and creating aesthetically pleasing works that could represent the importance of compassion in our ever changing world.