International Arts Week Sculpture Trail

Date: 11th Jul 2019 @ 1:49pm

The children spent International Arts Week learning about artists from around the world and using their art work to develop their own pieces on global issues such as air pollution, deforestation and polluting seas.  The children looked at art work which used recycled materials to help lessen the impact on the environment.  They then used their own recycled materials to create these beautiful artwork pieces which were displayed for our school community to enjoy and learn more about these global issues.

Nursery - the importance of ladybirds to reduce the use of chemicals used by farmers.

Reception - how deforestation is threatening the Monarch butterfly migration

Year 1 - how single use plastic is contaminating lakes, rivers and seas.

Year 2 - how deforestation is affecting habitats around the world.

Year 3 - the importance of bees and the part they play in pollination.

Year 4 - how we can make an impact on air pollution by choosing to walk to school.

Year 5 - how sea pollution is affecting species such as jellyfish.

Year 6 - The importance of recycling to protect species and their habitats.

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