At the Airthrie School Art Clubs we encourage children to be creative, develop their own ideas, have fun exploring different materials and techniques and produce individual pieces of Art. We hope to:
Personal creativity is key and each child works at their own level and on their own project. The children will interpret art in their own way! Over a few weeks they will create a piece of art that will be displayed in school initially and then taken home.
All materials will be provided unless there is something specific that they wish to bring in from home to develop their own ideas.
If you have any queries about Art Club please contact the School Office and leave a message for Mrs Sue Elliott.
Tuesday sessions - Mrs Sue Elliott
|Tuesday||15:45 - 16:45||(Y1-6)|
£50.00 / term
The Art Club children have explored what they can actually see in their own still life work before completing a mixed media representation of a Matisse still life. Over the course of the term they... Read more
Update 5 March: We are very pleased to report that we have two Airthrie prize-winners:Callan Wood - Year 1. Poppy Bell - Year 3. Many congratulations to you... Read more
To be entered into our Spring Term Art Gallery competition...let's get creative! Have a go at making a piece of art in the style of one of the following artists and your work will be displayed on... Read more
In Art Club we are exploring the colour, style and techniques used by Vincent Van Gogh, recreating a chosen dark, winter night painting. The children worked in a range of media - pencil for... Read more
During Art Club the children drew and cut out a template of their favourite number. They placed it in an imaginative way, overlapping and rotating their number to flow across the page. The children... Read more
Les Alyscamps was the inspiration for another Art Club session. A range of media was used including pencil for composition layout followed by paint and oil pastels for layering and texture.The... Read more
The Art Club children took their time recreating the other half of a wild animal's portrait. They looked closely at pattern, composition, detail and texture for each of their chosen animals.They... Read more
This term children in Art Club have experimented with different media to create some intricate and fantastical castles. They have developed their brush strokes, blending of media and paid close... Read more
We are delighted to have entered some of our pupils' artwork into the ISA Regional Art Competition which is taking place at the Chase Grammar School, Cannock. The judging will take place... Read more