Year 4 Outdoor Work

3rd May 2019

This afternoon Miss Marsh took her Year 4 class outside to create beautiful vibrant Mandalas. The class learnt that a Mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol in the Indian religions of Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the universe. This symbol contains symmetry and geometric shapes to create intricate patterns and designs. In the classroom they began by drawing their own Mandalas and then outlining them with black acrylic. Moving outside onto the grass, the Year 4 class decorated large Mandalas pencilled out on black paper with the vibrantly coloured sands. The results of the sands were amazing and the class were all very impressed with what a dash of coloured sand could do to a pattern. A lovely afternoon of Art in the sunshine.


Toddler Group

Wednesday 19 June

10 am – 12 noon

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