5b and 5c worked hard today to create colour wheels from the three primary colours, red, blue and yellow. They mixed them on pallets to make secondary colours before adding black and white to each, creating tints and shades.
What an amazing performance at the Kenneth More Theatre. Well done to everyone. The children were very impressive. Learning all those lines and delivering them so clearly and articulately on stage is some achievement. The dancing at the ball was spectacular and the audience were completely transfixed by how the tragic ending unfolded.Thank you to Ms Saddington and Ms […]
Year 2 designed a Tudor house in the style of Paul Klee as part of their Fire of London topic. Firstly, they measured and cut the black supporting beams. They then positioned them to their own design and painted a range of colours in the style of the Swiss artist Paul Klee.