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Take One Picture Art work - Summer 2023

  • Take One Picture - Reception Art work

    Take One Picture - Reception Art work

    In Reception, the children in Miss Jethwa’s class created a collage by tearing coloured paper and positioning it to create different animal patterns. The children in Miss Swetman’s class created a background by painting vines in different shade of green and finger painting bright flowers. They cut around their big cats and used paint to add facial details and patterns.

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  • Take One Picture - Year 1

    Take One Picture - Year 1

    In Year 1, the children in Miss Wood’s class created a scene of a tiger in a forest by layering leaves to give a sense of depth. They painted elements of their collage using the pointillism technique. The children in Miss Whitfield’s class produced a collage scene of a snake entwined around a tree. They thought carefully about the patterns on the snake and painted the leaves using a range of...

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  • Take One Picture - Year 2

    Take One Picture - Year 2

    In Year 2, some of the children created a print of a tiger face by painting half of the face on one side of the paper and then folding it to print a symmetrical image. They layered the different colours to create a furry effect. Other children completed a step-by-step tutorial to draw and paint a tiger onto a wax resist jungle background. Another group of children painted a template of a tiger and...

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  • Take One Picture - Year 3

    Take One Picture - Year 3

    In Year 3, the children in Miss Boyce’s class created a collage scene of foliage to give the feeling of walking through the jungle. They used a range of materials to add markings and texture to the leaves. The children in Miss Heath’s class followed step-by-step tutorials to create the ‘Surprised’ rainforest background as well as a range of different rainforest animals. They used oil pas...

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  • Take One Picture - Year 4

    Take One Picture - Year 4

    In Year 4, the children in Mrs Marchant’s class followed a step-by-step tutorial to create a realistic representation of a tiger’s face. They used watercolours to build layers of colour and add detail. Then, the children added a range of tropical leaves and flowers to give the impression of a tiger hidden in a dense forest. The children in Mrs Hible’s class took inspiration from abstract fo...

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  • Take One Picture - Year 5

    Take One Picture - Year 5

    In Year 5, the children in Mrs Semark’s art group created close-up paintings of tiger eyes. Initially, they sketched the basic shape of the eyes and the position of the nose. The detail and depth of colour was added using acrylic paint and a range of careful brush strokes designed to look like fur. The children in Mrs Adam’s art group created a mono-tone patterned leaf. They used shades of...

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  • Take One Picture - Year 6

    Take One Picture - Year 6

    In Year 6, the children focused on the idea of using other forest animals in their painting rather than a tiger. They created detailed sketches of their chosen animal paying particular attention to facial features. The children used watercolours to build up layers of colour and add details. For the background, they used either a wash of colour or added foliage.

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