Welcome to St Gregory's Art Page
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”
On this page you will find out all about our Art and Design curriculum.
There are links to each class page where you can see what your child's class are studying in Art and also what super work they have produced so far.
St Gregory's 'Art at Home Gallery'
Whilst we are all stuck at home, we thought it would be a nice idea to set some art activities for us to do together. Once the children have completed their work, they can send us a photo (via class dojo) for us to upload and share on the site.
Cubist Face Sculptures
The children took part in an online art lesson focusing on how to make a cubist face sculpture, they then posted their creations for us to share.
The link for the activity is: https://youtu.be/YUMScrAO5ys
Liverpool Hope University Easter Competition for Primary Schools ages 5-11 years
Liverpool Hope University are asking you to create a poster, recipe, poem, picture, rap or whatever you like, to show them your 'Small Ways to Change the World'.
(See their Twitter account - @LiverpoolHopeUK)
Send your entries by email to: email@example.com by Thursday 9th April and they will tweet the best ones! The winner also gets a £50 Amazon voucher. Good Luck!
Easter Egg Window Display
There is a lovely idea across our city asking children to draw/design an Easter Egg picture to display in their windows (much like the rainbows) for children to go on an 'Easter Egg Hunt' in their neighbourhood on their once a day exercise (Make sure you socially distance if you're out and keep 2m apart!) and spot the eggs.
The Allerton Oak
Last week we entered a competition to illustrate or write a poem about the 'Allerton Oak' (which,for those of you who don't know, is the old oak tree in Calderstones Park.) which as been voted Britain's best tree! The response from the children was fantastic with entrants from our 2 year old provision, right up to Year 6! The Friends of Calderstones Park were amazed at how many entries we sent in and have asked me to say a huge "WELL DONE!" to all involved. I'm just putting the final touches to our display and so will upload photos soon.