Caylen made a lovely sculpture with leaves - very creative!
Caylen and Ayden made a cement slab using leaves to make their own modern fossils.
Take a look at Ayden's pine cone ammonite!
Here is Grace in Swans making a start on her sculpture.
The sculpture is now starting to take shape. Grace is being helped I understand by Bert her cat!
Now we can see the final result of all Grace's hard work - great effort Grace!
Just look at Tommy's gnome, made entirely from sticks, stones and leaves!
Tallis chose to cut small sections of elder and hollowed the pith out with a skewer (the centre of Elder is very soft, like sponge).
Tallis then peeled off the bark and threaded the elder on a wire to make a snake, which he decorated with pens. Great work Tallis!
Thomas and Bethany made a spiral with pine cones on their walk.
We really like the rainbow made by Thomas and Bethany using the different colour petals they found and what a lovely photo too!
Here is Brela’s natural sculpture for ‘Sculptures’ week.
Brela went on a walk to collect all the materials and she made a wonderful Butterfly.
Nathan created this lovely outdoor sculpture.
Eliza did an Andy Goldsworthy inspired rain shadow sculpture. Here it is in the making.........
Here is the rain shadow, sculptured in the shape of Eliza!
Jake decided to collect natural items for his garden sculpture.
Good effort Jake!
Josie, year 6 created this fabulous portrait of a octopus -
Freya has produced a very intricate sculpture for her garden project.