THE RAIN FELL AND LEAFY WAS VERY HAPPY
Summer colour from the 'weeds' around the school
Clay figurines from class seven
Mosaics from recycled tiles - class seven
Pirates were a big theme with the Griffin series being read. Red, Green and Blue pirates and sea horses stole the summer.
These folders will contain the works of art the kids have been amassing over the year. And their main lesson books.
Nature table - summer
THIS IS MY GNOME AND HIS NAME IS FIDDLE> FIDDLE LIKES TO GO AND PLAY WITH HIS FRIEND AT THE TREE HOUSE THEY BUILT
Apologies for the terrible out of datedness of this website. We've been so busy and i've been remiss in updating. Which isn't to say that things haven't been happening. Far from it. The kids returned to their writing over the last term and they have produced some amazingly exquisite things. Oisin now writes without having to think too much. It is astonishing to see how they take it in and give it out with such grace and with such little effort.
Writing poetry and playing with words were apparrent in the conversations that were emerging from the children. Large sheets of paper were covered in spidery scrawls with certain rhythms of words. None run for the bun - said Oisin, one day, explaining a rhyme which his group had done. Paintings took on the dreamy, hazy shimmer of summer with watercolours remeniscent of gardens after rainstorms.
Eurythmy continued apace and today, unfortunately, i missed the eurythmy performance put on by the school.
But what i didn't miss was the St Johannes bonfire, which was followed buy Sports Day.
More class seven work - the rime of the ancient mariner - the albatross and the ship. The haunting quality of the poem is captured by the artist and student Alex