Spring Gallery 2017

  • You had lots of fun David creating this "Large block structure".  Can you name all the shapes you used David?  Some are small blocks and some are large blocks.
  • "My tower" announced Leighton.  Made out of natural resources.  Fantastic - very impressive Leighton.
  • A wonderful painting by Sophia Mai of "Robins in a row". We love their bright red tummies Sophia Mai!
  • What a wonderful use of coloured blocks of all shapes and sizes to make a sculpture of "My House and Mummy".  Well done Sofija!
  • "It's me" exclaimed Adrian! What a wonderful clay face - well done.
  • Wow! Pip, Filip, Risshi, Maja, Dhrubojit and Sophie what team work to produce this wonderful bus out of blocks and logs, with all its passengers on board.  We wonder where they are all going to?
  • What an amazing Merry Go Round Patrick -we wonder if you have seen one at the Fair?
  • What a lovely pattern Lauren.  Look at the shapes you have made with the elastic bands.
  • An amazing hotel Scarlett with a "magic bed".  Can we come and stay at your hotel Scarlett?
  • We love your "Pow Wow time" with all the children sitting round in a circle. You told us the children were singing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, just like we do at Gloucester.
  • Maria has built a great house out of wooden pieces and used the figures.  What a beautiful home - Maria said "It is a house for Mummy".
  • What a wonderful painting of your Mummy Anda.  She has a beautiful smile.
  • Sophia-Mai proudly presented "A house with a garden and a trampoline".  Very impressive.  Can we have a go on your trampoline please?
  • "Look at my handprints" exclaimed Victoria. Victoria proudly painted her hand and had fun doing hand prints.  Well done Victoria.
  • Lola-Rae made an amazing elephant using glue and creative materials.  Well done!
  • Wow - fantastic painting Adrian of the sea dragon. A well thought out painting.
  • Micah's "Jaguar in the Jungle".  Well done Micah, we hope very much that your jaguar stays in the jungle!
  • A very creative picture by Amelia using different textures. Fantastic Amelia!
  • Wow!  You have made an amazing parrot Maria using clay and feathers - you have looked carefully at the picture to copy it.  We especially like the feathers!
  • What a wonderful hotel Temi.  We like the swimming pool - it looks very inviting.
  • We love the use of paint to make this beautiful flower picture. Well done Naa'irah.
  • Arabella's "Lion".  You have used a combination of skills, drawing and sticking, to make this lion.  We love the use of wool to make his mane. Well done.
  • "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Micah.  You can see very clearly all the different segments of your caterpillar's body.  Well done Micah.
  • Harriet's beautiful garden, full of lots of colourful flowers.  We wonder if your garden looks like this at home Harriet?
Well done.
  • A very detailed picture of a daisy Eve using paints.  Let's hope spring is well and truly here and we will see lots more daisies around!
  • "Nursery garden with rose flowers" - what a beautiful garden Iyesha.  Lots of different colour roses. We wonder if they smell nice too?  Well done.
  • "Jason, Sophie and Mummy's Garden" .  We are very impressed with your garden Sophie and hope you enjoy sitting out in it with Jason and Mummy in the summer!
  • A brilliant painting of your guinea pig Emily. We are all wondering what your guinea pigs name is?  Well done Emily.
  • Collaborative construction of an "Abracadabra Castle". Fantastic team work to produce this amazing castle out of block work and materials. Well done team!
  • Conner painted a fantastic picture.  Stood back and said "It's Me!"  Well done Conner
  • An amazing painting of a shell.  Alex entitled his picture "Sharing a Shell"  We wonder who you are sharing your shell with.
  • Great use of materials Maja and wonderful imagination.  "A Butterfly flying to the moon" - fantastic
  • Using her mixing skills Naa'irah painted a wonderful black and white rabbit. We can see the rabbits eyes and lovely fluffy black ears.  We wonder if you have a rabbit at home?
  • Using resources from the trolley, scissors and glue Rejus proudly produced this picture of Daddy.  Well done Rejus for writing your name too.
  • Using wooden red and green blocks Amelia made an amazing crocodile.  You can clearly see the spikes on your crocodiles back! Well done Amelia.