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Stanford in the vale CE Primary SchoolStanford in the vale CE Primary School
High Street Stanford In The Vale Faringdon Oxon. SN7 8LH
Tel: 01367 710474 Fax: 01367 718429
Headteacher: Mrs Amanda Willis
Siams Outstanding and Ofsted Good Provider
Siams Outstanding and Ofsted Good Provider
Page Updated 02.11.21

Art Gallery


2021-2022

Term 1

The school has been extremely creative this term, with classes getting stuck in and enjoying their art work. It is lovely to see such a variety of different work being produced across the school using a wide range of materials and techniques. You are a very creative bunch, well done Stanford!

  • Sunflower class: Students have produced some beautiful self-portraits using paint and made family trees using their handprints and cut out trees.
  • Snowdrop class: Students have created some super ocean creature collages as groups and created their own northern light landscapes using soft pastels.
  • Buttercup class: As part of their 'sparks' topic, students have produced silhouette work based ont he great fire of London and also painted themselves as part of a whole class display.
  • Bluebell class: Students have been looking at the work of Henri Rousseau and have been creating artwork based on Toucans as part of their Rainforest topic, using oil pastels.
  • Poppy class: Students have been looking at the work of the illustrator Joh Tenniel and produced a fabulous display of teacups as part of their Alice in Wonderland topic.
  • Orchid class: As part of their Ancient Egyptian topic, students have had a go at producing work onto real papyrus, Created self-portraits using their own photo and turning themselves into an Egyptian King or Queen. The class have also used clay to create Egyptian cats.
  • Forget me not class: Students have been looking at the work of Banksy and street art this term. They have been learning about one and two-point perspective and created some street art around what they have learned based on their topic of WW2.

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