P3 also created wonderful work on the theme of ‘Mermaids’ for the Tesco Bank Art Competition. This work was planned in pencil then completed in black pen and chalk pastels. It makes you want to take a trip under the sea!
We are delighted to announce that Alfie, p3S has been awarded a special merit in the p1-3 category, ‘Pirates and Mermaids!’ There were over 7700 entries this year from all over Scotland are we are proud to have another winner in this prestigious competition! Well done Alfie, we love your ‘Merman’!
Huge congratulations to our three prizewinners , ( Ursi, first prize P6, Suvi, third prize P5 and Megan, third prize P7 ), in this year’s ‘Picture Japan’ art competition run by the Japanese Consulate. The pupils were presented with certificates and prizes at the ‘Children’s Arts Day’ held at St Mary’s Cathedral in Palmerston Place.
Pupils in p3 thoroughly enjoyed exploring ways of representing ‘Pirates’ when entering the Tesco Bank Art Competition for Schools! Their delightful work shows bold use of colour and composition and a range of media use including watercolour, oil pastels and chalks. Well done p3!
We are delighted to announce that Luke, p3B and Tristan p5B have been shortlisted in this year’s Fringe Schools Poster Competition and their work will be exhibitied in the Fringe Poster Competition Exhibition in Dynamic Earth. Well done Luke and Tristan!
As part of their topic on ‘Europe’, the p6 pupils have been looking at the work of Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso. There were mixed reactions to his style of portraiture and the pupils found it very challenging to create portraits that did not look ‘realistic’. The results however were amazing and the pupils wereContinue reading “Picasso-inspired Portraits”
When learning about Christmas in Germany, P7 produced ‘Nussknacker’ cards.
P1/2 enjoyed creating images of how they travel to school.
Images from our recent art exhibition, ‘Our Local Area’ in partnership with Murrayfield Church.