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Presenting the talented illustrators at Edith Neville Primary School...

Family Project: *Family portraits*

Marvellous Matisse

Art inspired by music

Eid Mubarak! Celebrations family project

Perfect puppets and stunning salt dough!

Last week's Art master pieces- Art from objects around the house

Restaurant Family Project Challenge

It's Ok to be Different Family Project

London Buildings

A Special Presentation from the Staff to the Students

Inspired by Todd Parr's book "It's OK to be different" we made our own version and put it to song. Hope you enjoy! #togetherathome

Easter Homework Project

Over the holidays, create an advert for some of the delicious food you've been making at home! This is an advert made by your teachers to show you an example of what you could do. Your own adverts could be featured here on the gallery too!
From Allison and Aimee :)

Picasso Portraits! - Great work

A Fire Engine by Yasin, Year 2

Somers Town by Sarrina, Year 5

Ugg by Sumaira, Year 3

The Water Cycle by Sarrina, Year 4

Our Playground by Sufyan, Year 4

I used a pencil to create a detailed sketch of our playground while sitting on the step. If you look closely you can see me in it. 

Miss Trunchbull in the style of Quentin Blake by Cindy, Year 4

"I enjoyed using a pen to sketch as I found it easier to draw more rapidly than using a pencil. This is how Quentin Blake illustrates his work. I was pleased with my drawing of Miss Trunchbull and my bright background colours." 

Cindy, Year 4

A magical setting from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream by Sama, Year 6

"In Year 6 we wrote forest setting descriptions using powerful imagery and figurative language."

Sama, Year 6

Observational drawing by Anisha, Year 6

"As part of our science work on classification and identification, we looked at different categories of living things. We studied them closely to observe their similarities and differences in order to define each group. We created these pencil drawings to illustrate our findings and worked carefully on our artistic skills to build our drawings from simple shapes into detailed sketches."

Anisha, Year 6

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