Navigation
Home Page

Art

Welcome to the ART PAGE

Mere School Curriculum Statement

At Mere School we believe all our children have the right to succeed, to have high aspirations for their future lives and develop who they are in a respectful and caring environment. Our school ethos is firmly rooted in our school vision -

We enjoy- we learn - we achieve'.

 

At Mere we provide the children with a rich and stimulating art curriculum where they can enjoy, learn and achieve and  are proud to have been awarded ARTS MARK GOLD in recognition of our committment to art at Mere School.

The school is well  resourced and provides the children with quality media to enable them to  produce work  of a high standard. We regularly enter work into exhibitions and competitions and  have been awarded several prizes over the past years. Most of out work  focuses on painting and drawing  but children also have opportunities during their time at school to explore printing, textile work, collage, and 3D media. We are lucky to have a small kiln and so all children have the opportunity to work with real clay that can be fired and glazed.
 
There is an weekly art and pottery club for children who wish to participate in extra curricula activities and we also offer extra opportunities for children who show particular talent.

Take a look at some of our fantastic  work below.
 

Inspired by Andy Goldsworthy

Alien landscapes

Scarab beetles

Art club Hares

Purple Class. Patchwork painting

Art club Hares

Owl paintings - all year groups

Year 3 sunflowers

Year 6 planet landscapes

Year 3 Tudor portraits

Year 6 clay aliens

Art exhibition- children and local artists exhibit together

Alien invasion paintings

Landscape paintings

Mere clock tower

Aboriginal art

KS1 paintings

Giuseppe Arcimboldo

World War II

Stained glass windows

Pottery

Sunflowers

Florence Nightingale

Autumn Trees

Night Sky

Planet Art

Snowmen chalk pictures

Harvest time

Mere inspired by Lowry

Art work

Top