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24/05/19

Golden Shout Outs at the end of the term! https://t.co/wYFSZnwRts

23/05/19

Retweetd From HAGRPE

A brilliant turn out for Athletics club tonight 🙌☀️ - get ready Lee Valley, Greenwich Champs, and Harris Federation - are coming!! https://t.co/WqycLLls2y

23/05/19

Adults: if you’ve not voted yet, there are two hours to go. Please role model democracy for our students! If you don’t vote, others will speak for you.

23/05/19

Year 11: revision classes over half term. Make each day count. https://t.co/hrmjtEapiw

20/05/19

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Thought this would be a good time to reshare this series of blogs on AIC https://t.co/SCJyOM0Y99

20/05/19

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Brilliant first round of y10 drama performances . Round two tomorrow - good luck! https://t.co/baQENTe8sQ

20/05/19

Retweetd From Greg James

This is brilliant https://t.co/N3t03dwG3Q

15/05/19

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One of our fantastic music students featuring in a Steinway fundraiser sale for . https://t.co/Asl1GoSjEL

14/05/19

Winners! Year 8 and Year 9 win the Greenwich Schools Netball League. 👍 https://t.co/sFjBtkHnhy

13/05/19

Year 11: good day today. A couple of hours revision tonight then get to bed at 9.30pm latest. If you stay up too late revising you are not helping yourself and just means you’ll be knackered tomorrow and not operating at your best. Good sleep is vital.

10/05/19

Kids, take inspiration from Davina. We are all addicted to phones and we need to do something about it. https://t.co/GzC9bqTV01

10/05/19

Retweetd From Harjinder Singh Kukreja

Sikhs delivered 5 copies of the Holy Quran and prayer mats to a refugee camp near Mosul in Iraq. This gesture by Sikhs towards our Muslim brothers in need during Ramadan is heart-touching and an epitome of interfaith co-operation! 🙏🏻 https://t.co/iikprXopYC

07/05/19

One of our 6th Formers and Ms Dormer speaking eloquently to the and about her brilliant experiences on the programme. https://t.co/s3oUUp4odR

07/05/19

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Please come and support our dancers 💃🏼👯‍♀️🕺 https://t.co/8vxoEeaugU

03/05/19

Big congrats to our year 7 football team who won the Blackheath Cup, beating Thomas Tallis 3-2. They were pretty happy about it, as you can see from the picture! Well done boys!! https://t.co/MxBj4VpLmt

25/04/19

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Thank you and for delivering a Steinway workshop to some of our y10 pianists . We loved playing on all the beautiful pianos! https://t.co/KjR5INE4ss

22/04/19

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Today is the first Stephen Lawrence Day and a chance to reflect on Stephen‘s life. Although cruelly cut short, his legacy continues to inspire. We encourage everyone to take a moment today to think about how we can in Stephen’s memory https://t.co/tLgSFxWnVs

15/04/19

Retweetd From Anthony Radice

This is brilliant. https://t.co/VUqZVHRxvm

06/04/19

Retweetd From Amy Longley-Cook

‘Learning a foreign language is a liberation from insularity and provides an opening to other cultures’ So proud to work here! https://t.co/3ajTYvAz48

05/04/19

Students who had 'Golden Shoutouts' from their teachers had tea, juice and cakes today to celebrate. They are awesome kids smashing it here https://t.co/UAUanWJN3Z

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Art

Deadline: Friday 5th July 2013 Contact: Miss A Hobson

 

Hand in to Miss Rainbow or Miss Redman, ensuring all tasks are complete and work has your name on.

On Your Marks:

What Key Drawing Terms can you remember from the lessons?

  • Texture
  • Tone
  • Form
  • Colour
  • Scale
  • Observation
  • Composition

Write any extra ones down and your definition of what you think they mean

On Your Marks Links:

If you can’t remember the definitions use a dictionary or research using the internet.

All words should be spelt correctly.

Main Task:

Part 1 – Collect a at least four household objects and create an accurate tonal study using either Pencil, Coloured pencils, biro or watercolour.

Part 2 – Annotate your work by showing which areas demonstrate key terms.

Part 3 revise spellings and definitions for test in lesson.

Push Yourself:

If you were Claes Oldenburg which of these items would turn in to a sculpture, where and why?

Illustrate your idea.

Push Yourself Links:

Either draw the chosen object/s into your chosen place for display or copy your original (can use school copier) to collage into a scene.

Additional Information:

Remember how you these key terms during the lessons.

If you need  further help or  Information contact Miss Rainbow rm324 or come to Art Homework club Wednesday after school.