Archive for the 'Expressive Arts' Category

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by the Fundraising Pupil Group

Layers of the Ocean

P2-4 learned the layers of the ocean. For example the darkest layer is called the trench. They also painted all the different layers for art. They enjoyed it very much and they are still doing it now!

By REUBEN and BRANDON

Soundtrap

Mr Dinning came in one day and we did Soundtrap, which is Music Technology. Alex and I did a hip hop rock. We showed it to the class and they loved it. Press play above. Use the comment below. Do you like it?

By Liam

The Ocean

This week P2-4 painted an ocean. It was really fun. We also found out facts about octopus with Miss Irvine and Miss Primrose.

Written by Brandon, Lillia and Maisie.

AROM Principles’ Visit

The Annan Riding of the Marches Principles visited Brydekirk Primary this afternoon.  This is a tradition that has happened for many long years and long may it continue. Following an introduction and short speech from Stuart Thompson, the pupils entertained the visitors with singing. Next Mrs Sybelle Raey announced the prize winners from Brydekirk in the competitions, including poetry, handwriting, colouring and poster; well done to all who took part. Especially well done to Lilian who won best overall poem, 1st place in poetry, 2nd place in handwriting, Hannah 3rd place in poetry, Izzy and Poppy. The pupils then gave the AROM Principles a couple more songs and wished them good luck to send them on their way.

Here’s some of the pupils poetry below:

Partnership

Some of our pupils were given the chance to create a piece of A4 artwork using traditional or contemporary methods on the theme of partnership. Here is how they interpreted this theme and expressed themselves, well done:

Scottish Opera 1719

Here’s some of the resources the big class need to prepare for their performance of 1719 later this month:

All of the other resources are here, get practising.

Boy and the Bunnet Shadow Puppet Show

John Byrne National Drawing Competition

Here’s are the P4-7 entries for the John Byrne National Drawing Competition that were completed last week with Miss Howat:

Georgious

One of our P7’s was inspired by their non fiction reading to write a poem. It’s rather excellent and deserves to be shared, demonstrating some clever language features including alliteration and plays on words, not to mention some super rhyming. Well done Lilian.




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