Meet the Arts Council 2018- 2019

The Arts Council is a group of children from Year 2 to Year 6, and are nominated into position by their peers at the beginning of each academic year. They have been elected to work alongside the Art Coordinators Miss Roberts and Miss Watson to represent  the views of all children and to improve the arts in their school.

Art Council Firework Competition

To celebrate Bonfire Night this year, the new Arts Council for 2018-2019 decided to run a whole school competition to encourage children to get creative and show off their artistic talents.

The infants were asked to colour in a firework picture using bright, bold colours and the juniors were asked to design their very own firework including a description and a name for their firework.

The competition proved to be a huge success with 80 children taking part. The Arts Council had a tough job judging the competition and choosing the winning designs but worked well as a team on their first project of the year.

Here are the winning pictures and designs…

Class 10 and 11

Class 9

Class 8

Class 7

Arts Council celebrates Arts Award Success

The Arts Council were invited to visit 3 KS1 classes this week to celebrate their success of completing the Arts Award Discover. The Year 1 and 2 children were very enthusiastic to share and talk about the collection of art work they have created over the past few weeks. The Arts Council were blown away by the talent of our infants!

Decorating Competition 2018

All KS2 classes took part in the annual Easter Egg Decorating Competition this week, and the theme this year was Famous People / People and Places Around the World. As always all children gave it their absolute all and we were treated to some eggtastic designs!

The Arts Council had the incredibly difficult job of judging the competition and choosing 1 winner and 2 runner ups for each class, and awarded the prize winners with a delicious Easter egg in a special award assembly.

Winners and runner ups included Neil Eggstrong, Dora the Eggsplorer and Albert Eggstein to name just a few.