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Year 1 have been learning about the work of Tanzanian artist, Edward Tingatinga, who painted bright, colourful and bold pictures of African animals.

After carefully drawing pictures of gazelles, they painted them with bright colours and then painted a background.

Here are the finished results!

After learning about camouflage in Science, Year 1 children imprinted their own animal patterns in polystyrene tiles and then printed with them using rollers and ink.

Here are some of the finished patterns.

Here are some of Year 1's finished pictures.

Year 1 made silhouettes of Winter trees by carefully tearing pieces of black paper.

Art Club with Years 1,2 and 3

This week we made melting snowmen. We used our good cutting, decorating and construction skills. Some of our snowmen were very colourful!

After a walk in the school garden to collect autumn leaves Year 1 explored ways to mix autumn colours using paint.

Year 1 used their knowledge of colour mixing to paint their firework pictures.