REEF WALL ART
Our pupils used printing techniques as well as multiple materials to create different textures and looks. They used clay to create starfish, a common find during our rockpooling sessions. These beautiful collective pieces are displayed in our cloakroom to jazz it up!
INDIAN INK MEETS MOLLUSCS & SEAWEED
Delicate & fine drawings of various local fauna and flora. Limpets, scallops, cockles, eggwarck, spiral wrack and many more iconic marine species.
The fish pieces were inspired by the traditional Japanese wood block prints “A Shoal of Fishes” by Hiroshige. Our pupils used Indian ink and nib pens to reflects the delicate vibrancy & elegance of the Japanese art. The wave prints are inspired by the work of Hokusai’s famous piece – Great Wave off Kanagawa. Well done EM5-7!
MARINE LITTER COMPETITION
Our pupils collected litter from our local shore and created individualised art pieces as part of our school’s Marine Litter Competition. “There is no planet B”, a piece made by Florence Curtis won the first prize. Flo used different materials and techniques to convey an important message. Well done to all the competitors!
CLASSROOM OCEAN SCHOOL DISPLAY