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COMPETITON TIME:

Liverpool John Moores university have asked us to design a logo for their new Natural curriculum hub. This will be an area where teachers can discuss ideas for teaching outdoors- imagine doing Maths on the field, English in the wooded area or Art in the school gardens. Think about an image that you could design to promote learning outdoors. 

The winning school will receive a free forest school session at John Moores, a certificate and your design will be used on official documents.  See the downloads below for details of the competition. Designs can be by hand (submitted by photo) or designed on the computer. Please email your entries back to school by July 10th 2020.

YPO Art competition

YPO are holding an amazing art competition that will allow you to showcase your artistic creativity and talent. There are no restrictions, rule books or limitations. You can complete any piece of artwork you like - drawing, painting, sculptures, collages, graphics, photography, printing or anything else you can think of!

There are three categories:

- EYFS (All children in nursery and Reception)

- Primary (Year 1 - Year 6)

- Secondary (Year 7 - Year 11)

There are seven prizes up for grabs; two winners will be selected from the categories below; each winning £100 in YPO vouchers for thier school. An overall winner will be selected from all the categories to win £250 of YPO vouchers and the winning artist will also win a hamper of goodies to create more masterpieces with!

Closing date is Friday 24th July 2020.

Please email or tweet a photograph of your entry to school and we will send it of for you. Don't forget to include your full name, age and the products/resources you have used.

Terms and conditions may be found at https://www.ypo.co.uk/education/art-competition/art-competition-terms-and-conditions

RSPB WildArt 2020 Competition

The RSPB are holding an art competition based on wildlife and the beauty of animals. 

Create a piece of art inspired by nature – let your imagination run WILD! There are 2 categories to choose from this year – REAL LIFE – entries using the more traditional approach of paints, pastels, acrylics, pens or pencil. And our new GO WILD category – for those of you who want to ‘go wild’ in every sense of the word. To enter this category, experiment with textiles, sculpture, recycled and eco-friendly materials, collages – anything goes!

Please email a photo of your artwork to competitions@rspb.org.uk with the heading WildArt 2020 Competition, and don’t forget to tell us your age and category selection! If your submission makes the shortlist, we’ll be in touch with further details after the competition closes. WildArt is split into three age groups: under 8s, 8-12, and 13 years and over.

Visit the website to find more details and the prizes that are up for grabs! Don't forget to send us a copy of your entry! https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-kids/rspb-kids-competitions/wild-art/

30 day drawing challenge - see link below to download

Can you complete this 30 day drawing challenge? Each day there is a new subject for you to draw. This will help you develop your drawing skills, imagination, creativity and your fine motor skills.

Anyone that completes all 30 days will recieve a special art prize when we return to school!

Good luck!

Artist of the week - Katsushika Hokusai

Each week I will set a new artist for you to research and learn about. This week it is a Japanese artist called Katsushika Hokusai. Once you have found out about his artwork and why he is famous, your challenge is to create a piece of artwork inspired by him. Send in your photos so we can see your amazing work!

Katsushika Hokusai - The Great Wave Off Kanagawa 1823

Colour scavenger hunt

Download the attached colour scavenger hunt sheet and go on a hunt around your home or on a walk. What is the most unusual item you can find for each colour?

The Nonna Maria Drawing Challenge

https://www.accessart.org.uk/draw-your-granny-and-grandpa-or-any-relative-you-love/

Watch the illustrated video audiobook “Maria and all the Grannies of the World – A story of kindness during the 2020 Coronavirus crisis”. By Luca Damiani and use it to inspire your own artwork. Click the link above to learn more about the challenge!

Some more ideas!

https://theartofeducation.edu/2020/03/13/27-art-activities-and-lessons-to-try-at-home/

Build a labyrinth - check out the toolkit in the files below!

https://labyrinthsociety.org/activities-for-kids

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