To begin the first half of the Summer Term, pupils at Edward Pauling Primary School studied the painting 'Bathers at Asnières' by George Seurat. Each year group based their learning on a different aspect of the Painting, from why it was a famous, the landmarks which surround the painting and the fashion from the 1800's.
Pupils explored 'Bathers at Asnières' through a Take One Painting study through which they had the opportunity to further develop their Art and Design skills. Pupils designed and made parasols, hats and used the artistic skill of Pointillism to create their version of the painting. On top of this, opportunities for writing across the curriculum were explored through diaries, fact files, comparative texts and chronological reports.
Please enjoy the photos of the pupils' work below.
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