This week we held our Big Arts Week Exhibition for our pupils which showcased the wonderful art work that our pupils created before the holidays. Each year group created art work which reflected a different continent:

Reception - North America

Year 1 - Africa

Year 2 - Europe

Year 3 - South America

Year 4 - Antarctica

Year 5 - Asia

Year 6 - Oceania 

Unfortunately, due to Covid, we have been unable to have our parents in school to see the wonderful work produced. We have however created the video below to share our art work with you. We hope that you enjoy watching it.



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