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Clay work

Lesson 5 - now to be a SCULPTOR! Using clay and inspired by Barbara and Henry, we made our own clay, abstract sculptures which hint at human figures and conversations.

EYFS have began their journey into clay - making clay conker shells to hold a conker. We manipulated the malleable clay into a ball and then pushed our fingers into the ball to make a pinch pot. Then we pulled out spikes from the clay and smoothed the inside.


KS1 used clay to create a penguin.

During Faith Week Class 3 looked at the work of Keith Haring. This inspired the children to use clay to create a community.

Class 3 used clay to create Easter bunnies.


Here's our first experimentation with clay coil pots. We will develop our skills further and look closer at Greek urns in history to challenge our slab building techniques!