The Creative Arts encompass a range of subjects, including performance across art, music, dance and drama.
At Stoke St Gregory C of E Primary School, we believe that Music, Art, Drama and Dance are universal languages that embody some of the highest forms of creativity. A high-quality Creative Arts education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of the different subject areas. It should also increase skill levels resulting in more developed self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. As pupils progress, they develop a critical engagement with music, art, drama and movement, allowing them to create, to analyse, to engage with and to perform in these areas.
Every child at Stoke St Gregory is an individual and our Creative Arts provision is one of the many curriculum areas where we encourage all to thrive, to be themselves, to enjoy participating and growing, and to be the best they can be whilst demonstrating and developing their own unique flare!
See below for a little snapshot into some of the creativity in our school.
Same Inspiration, Different Creations
In Ravens (our Year 5&6 class), we have been working on some individually designed creative art that was all inspired by the same photos of the local area. These images demonstrate aspects of previous art techniques taught as part of the learning the children have received so far within art in school. They also demonstrate the unique way each child chose to interpret the initial images.
(June and July 2021)
Art inspired by Romero Britto (Summer Term 2021)
Art inspired by Van Gough, Picasso, Yayoi Kusama and Modrian. Can you tell which art is inspired by which artist? (Summer Term 2021)
Artwork inspired by Andy Goldsworthy OBE by Otter Class (April 2021)
Canopic Jars with creative flair!
Mary Had a Baby-track
Jingle Bell Rock- track
Nobody Knows- track
The Twelve Days of Christmas- track
Feliz Navidad- track
Piano lessons will start in January 2024