Art project

This term in Art, Year 7 have been looking at light and colour. During their project students have looked at how the work of one of our most celebrated British artists; Joseph William Turner influenced the Impressionists.

Taking inspiration from our very own Japanese Garden the students have recreated their own version of Monet’s waterlily pond which he famously painted at different times of the day to capture the effect of the light.

Every student in the class has worked really well on their waterlily, which has now become part of a display in the main hall of the school.
Well done!

 

My Son has made incredible progress emotionally and applies himself much better academically. The mentoring aspect is key to his progress.

 

 

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