ART @ COLDFALL
Letters to Parents
WHAT WE'RE DOING
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see” (Degas)
At Coldfall we have commissioned a bespoke scheme of work for art to complement our ‘Global Curriculum’. Each half term, children will take part in an art project that will take place over the course of a week of afternoon sessions.
Please see the attached document, which outlines what children will be doing in art this year, and look out for photos of the final pieces!
What We Are Learning
At Coldfall we have commissioned a bespoke scheme of work for art to complement our ‘Global Curriculum’. Over the year, children will take part in art projects that will take place over the course of a week of afternoon sessions.
The themes for each year group are below:
Year 1 Africa
El Anatsui Recycled Art Africa Map
Year 2 Asia
Jaipur Indian Elephant Festival
Hokusai & Water
Chinese paper cutting & Oragami
Year 3 Australasia
Tiki Totem Poles
Easter Island Sculptures
Great Barrier Reef
Year 4 Americas
Self Identity Portrait – Frida Kahlo (Mexico)
Skyscrapers (James Rizzi /Marz Junior)
Edward Hopper & Joseph Cornell
Pop Art Warhol
Pop Art Oldenburg
Year 5 Europe
Ancient Greek Pot
Italian Renaissance Frescoes
Van Gogh Collages
Monet & Impressionism
Picasso Self Portraits
Gaudi Mosaic Buildings
Anglo Saxon Illuminated Letters
Look out for photos of the final pieces on your child’s year group page!
Here are some examples of the stunning work produced by children as part of the art projects being rolled out across the school by parent Sarah Callis.
By the summer term, every class will having taken part in a project, helping to raise the profile of art at Coldfall Primary School.
A big thank you must go to Sarah, as well as the Friends of Coldfall who are part-funding the majority of this exciting project. This type of work would not have been able to go ahead without their support and Sarah’s vision.