Here you'll find examples of some exemplary artwork produced by the children, those who have gone just that extra mile!
Notices and Information
Each year every class are involved in making artwork for Remembrance Day which gets showcased in the school hall on the day. For this years Remembrance which is on Monday 11th November 2019 the children have been just as creative as before. Here is Class 1 painting some lovely watercolour poppy landscapes.
These are some very talented Class 2 pupils showing their little graves and poppies they made.
These are some of Class 3 carefully making some wire and tissue paper poppies.
Here are some of Class 4’s rocks that they individually painted and made each one slightly different and unique.
Here is a group from Class 6 who used their crafty art skills to make cross graves using card and plasticine.
As Halloween looms the children have really been getting into the spirit of things!!
As part of a £500 million pound investment, pacer train carriages which have been in service for 30 years are being replaced by new and refurbished ones. As a result Collingwood Learning have invited schools to participate in a competition which re-imagines new and innovative ways that the decommissioned pacers could be used for. Here are our competitions entries which were produced by some of our very talented Year 5 pupils.
For our British Values gallery each class created artwork based on their particular theme for it.
Here is Class 2’s contribution which is inspired by a Benjamin Zephaniah poem.
These are various characters made by Class 4 who depict their chosen role model. We have George Ezra, Nicola Adams, Idris Elba, Nadia Hussain and Mary Berry.
Here are last years Class 2 showing their fantastic 3D Ayers Rock which is at Uluru National Park in Australia. This activity is very achievable for all skill levels of children and develops their drawing as well as colouring and cutting skills with no need for glue, BONUS!
Yep, I think we're all ready for the Easter hols!!
This is some talented pupils from Class 1 showing their watercolour and then 3D hot air balloon pictures they created for their Journeys topic.
Here is the same group carefully making some great 3D submarines.
and here they are showing their red bus paintings which represent the Naughty Bus from the book by Jan Oke.
Here are pupils from last years Class 1 proudly showing their Easter cards that they made using wax crayons and watercolour paints.
Here are some of the same children now in Class 2 in the process of making some 3D paper rockets for their space topic.
Last years Class 1 children showing their Egyptian artifacts they made.
Here are Class 2 also proudly showing their Easter cards.
These are our lovely mothers day cards made by pupils from art club. These will feature in Saturdays 10th March 2018 edition of the T&A and also in an online gallery on their website. Thank you for enabling your child to participate in this fantastic opportunity to showcase their amazing artwork!
Here are some of our fab Christmas card entries for the 2017 T&A Christmas card competition.
Congratulations to Marwa Ali from Class 4 who won a £20 gift voucher for her fantastic cycling shirt design for a competition run by the charity organisation Alopecia UK.
Rhianna proudly showing her home artwork which depicts her seaside dream.
Jack showing some of his amazing pencil drawings.
This is an Anglo Saxon helmet made by Aahil in Class 5 (with just a little bit of help from Mr Jaques). It is based off a very early 6/7th Century Anglo Saxon mask that was found at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk in 1939. The original mask is exceptionally detailed and the eyebrows, nose and mouth depict a flying dragon with wart hogs at the tips of the wings.
Hamza, Jack and Abdul when they were in Class 3 proudly showing their charcoal ghost ship pictures produced in art club.
Past pupils from Class 4 proudly showing off their semi-abstract landscapes created during art club.
Wild Animals Created by pupils from last years Class 1 using Microsoft Paint.
Pupils from previous Class 1 studying then drawing and painting a still life for their Morrisons topic.
Pupils when they were in Class 1 proudly showing off their fab pencil drawings of Mr Gumpy's car for their Journeys topic.
Class 1 then made 3D pickup trucks complete with backdrop. Some chose the countryside, others chose the city, oh and one went off road! (Can you guess which one?)
This years Class 1 taking delight in showing off their own designs of spaceships which they drew for their Journeys topic.
These are models of the moons surface created by pupils from previous Class 2 for their space topic. They used Modroc to create the craters and texture of the moon, then used poster paint to colour them.
This is Hamza in Class 3 proudly showing his Viking longboat.
A group from Class 3 proudly showing their Viking longboats they made for their Vikings topic.
Past Class 4 pupils drawing and painting a Victorian classroom and Queen Victoria for their Victorian education topic.
(As you can see some of them were in their element sitting on the floor!)
Here is the same group proudly showing off their version of the Rainbow Fish.
These are 3D Roman Colosseums made by Year 4 pupils. This is a great technique using just one sheet of paper, scissors, coloured crayons and can be used for any topic.
Pupils from last years Class 6 carefully painting their John Singer Sargent inspired picture for their WW1 topic.
These were some of our very talented previous Year 6 pupils in the process of making models of WW1 trenches using card, clay, wire and then paint to add the finishing touches.
These were some previous year six girls showing their poppy paintings which they painted over the top of a copy of an original WW1 newspaper.
Here are our year six pupils carefully making some intricate clay fossils and dinosaur skulls as well as 3D Triceratops and Stegosaurus which they patiently constructed.
Here is the same group showing their watercolour paintings of Charles Darwin's ship the Beagle which they painted for their exploration topic.
and these are their fantastic Pop Art based Amelia Earhart oil pastel portraits inspired by an artist called Joel Libby. Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.