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Art Club Showcases KS2 Children’s Creativity

Pilgrim Academy Art Club pupils show off their collaborative work. They are: (l-r) Poppy Walker (Year 4), Viktoria Parashkevova (Year 4), Sienna Pottage (Year 3) and Mark Young (Year 5).


Pilgrim Academy Art Club has brought out the creativity in KS2 children this term.

Twenty pupils have thrown themselves into activities such as perspective drawing, still life water colour pictures, a giant collaborative colouring picture, making a dream catcher and making Christmas cards. The children also thoroughly enjoyed creating a collaborative piece of art work inspired by Kandinsky.

Pupil Sienna Pottage said: “My favourite part of the club was making the dream catchers because I liked making them and choosing colours and beads for my Mum.”

Zayne Khan added: “I liked making the Christmas cards because I have used my skills to make something for somebody I love.”

Viktoria Parashkevova said: “I liked doing the crafts at Art Club, it has made me more creative. I like making new things that I have never thought to create.”

Lily Hooker agreed: “I have enjoyed being really creative and designing things. My favourite activity was the still life art work because I created art just by looking at things in the classroom.”

Art Club Leader Mollie Turner said: ““The children have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in a variety of art and craft activities. Not only have they developed their imagination and creativity but also their confidence to attempt art. Each child has enjoyed producing their work and they have thoroughly thrived whilst expressing themselves creatively.”


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