: July 2015
A lot of this week saw us undertaking some final assessments for the year but the children also had the opportunity to meet and spend some time in their new classes for next year with their new teachers. Year 5 moved across to Base 5 with Mrs McGhie while the year 4's rejoined as a cohort with Miss Philips into what is currently Base 3. All of the children reported having a great day and are looking forward to being in their new classes.
The highlight of our week was definitely the return of Mr Boulton from Brine Leas Art Department. We looked at the work of the artist George Birrell and created our own impressions of Wrenbury school in this style. After inking our backgrounds and practising positioning our buildings and considering perspective, we drew our pictures of the school and the surrounding fields and countryside. We then painted in contrasting colours before adding detail with oil pastels. I'm sure you will agree the outcomes are particularly striking. Mrs Cador has now mounted them for a fantastic display in the hall.
A big thank you to Mr Boulton for all of his hard work and supplying all of the materials that we used.
Have a great weekend and look out for the children in Nantwich on Saturday at Skoolsfest.
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