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Mrs Masterson, Mr Palekar, Ms George-Jones and Miss Stiles are putting together a range of Music and Art resources for you to work on at home.

 

Each piece of work or project will be labelled with the age group that it is aimed at and the length of time it should take to complete. This should help you plan which ones to choose. We should add, however, that if you would like to carry out some of the work aimed at a different age group, then that is fine. Just make sure you are thinking about how to challenge yourselves.

 

Any completed work can be emailed back to to the indicated Art/Music teachers for feedback or to Miss Stiles for our online gallery of your work.

 

If you do email through any work, please indicate if you are happy for it to be displayed online by completing this online form.

 

For some of the activities, you may be asked to complete a 'Viewpoint' or a 'Compare and Contrast Point'. Click here to see guidance on this.

Click here for a list of additional websites covering music, art, design, comics and lots more!

 

Don't forget to keep in touch!

For General Website Enquiries/Art Gallery

Miss Stiles

l.stiles@haaf.org.uk

For Visual Art Projects

Ms George-Jones

r.georgejones@haaf.org.uk

For Music Projects

Mrs Masterson

r.morinimasterson@haaf.org.uk

Mr Palekar

s.palekar@haaf.org.uk

 

  

VIDEO GREETINGS FROM THE CREATIVE ARTS TEAM

*NEW!* 

 

 

ART AND MUSIC OF THE MONTH

 

Just like our Artist and Musicians of the Term in school, we'll have a piece of Art and Music to focus on each month. Take a look, have a listen and have a think!

APRIL

 

Art: Groovin High by Faith Ringgold

Music: Groovin High by Dizzy Gillespie

 

VISUAL ARTS PROJECTS

 

*NEW!*

Target Age: All Ages! Everyone could enjoy this and it's right up the alley of children in Reception. I'd love to see what you come up with!

Duration: This could take anywhere from 30 minutes upwards.

*If you don't want to waste a whole vegetable, you could chop the end off before you start using it to paint!

Target Age: This activity is for children in Year 3 who are studying Shakespeare (or for any other Shakespeare fans!).

Duration: This could take from 1-2 hours. The powerpoint takes you on a journey through the world of Anthony van Dyck and Shakespeare with Doctor Who!

Target Age: All Ages!

Duration: This could take from 1 hour to as long as you'd like to spend on it. You'll be recreating a hat from one of Matisse's paintings. Look at how much fun Ms George-Jones had making hers!

Target Age: This activity is aimed at older children, but all ages could enjoy it with help from an adult.

Duration: This could take from 1 hour to as long as you'd like to spend on it. You will recreate a famous piece of Art using props and then taking a photo of it.

Target Age: This activity is aimed at Years 3-6

Duration: This will take 1-2 hours. It involves copying some Art works by Van Gogh and Joshua Reynolds and then comparing them.

Target Age: All Ages!

Duration: You'll need to open in Powerpoint and view the slideshow in order to access the sound clips from Mrs Masterson...

Target Age: All Ages!

Duration: Click on the image to see a message from Ms George-Jones. She's been in touch with the Telegraph Hill Covid19 Mutual aid group, and they would like some rainbow pictures. 

Target Age: This activity is aimed at Years Reception-6.

Duration: The activity should take 1 hour.

Target Age: This activity is aimed at Years 1-6.

Duration: The activity should take 1 hour.

Target Age: Reception, Year 1 & Year 2, but can be extended to Years 3-6 through the use of colour mixing to extend colour tones.

Duration: You will need 30 minutes to look at slides 1-18. These slides explore different types of art. The Art activity that followed will take 2-3 hours.

Target Age: This activity is aimed at Years 1-6.

Duration: The activity should take 1 hour.

Target Age: This activity is aimed at Years 3-6. It includes a Compare and Contrast activity on slide 3 and some Art activities on slides 4-8.

Duration: The activity should take 1 hour.

There are images to print on slides 5-8, but these can also be hand drawn if you are unable to print. 

 

MUSIC PROJECTS

 

Welcome to the Music Zone! Here you will find Music activities for different year groups. If you'd like some ideas for short musical activities to do each day, click here for the Key Stage 2 30-day Music Challenge. For the Reflection Log to go with the activity, click here.

 

YEAR 1

*NEW!*

Week 7: Lewisham

Week 5

LEWISHAM

This term, the year 1s are looking at the history of Lewisham. Follow the video from Mrs Masterson to learn about famous local concert halls and Musicians. This week you're going to listen to some songs by Elton John. Click here for a worksheet to help you respond to a piece of music.

 

 

YEAR 2

Week 5

LEWISHAM

After seeing such a wonderful work on Jimi Hendrix, our next local musician who grew up close to our school is... Katy B! The music will sound different from last week's video, can you think why? You can fill in the Music Responses sheet while listening to the music in the video. Keep those photos of your work coming in! 

 

Listen to Mr Palekar and have a go at the task. For a colour response sheet, click here and for a black and white version, click here.

 

Week 4

LEWISHAM

This term, the year 2s are looking at the history of Lewisham. In this video, we are taking a look at Jimi Hendrix who once lived in Lewisham! You can fill in the Music Responses sheet while listening to the music in the video. We would love to see some photos of your work! 

 

Listen to Mr Palekar and have a go at the task. For a colour response sheet, click here and for a black and white version, click here.

 

YEAR 3

*NEW!*

Week 7

Mrs Masterson's Introduction

 

Song 4 Lesson

 

Song 4 Sing-a-long

Week 5

THE TEMPEST - SET ME FREE

Here's a new song based on The Tempest with a different sort of rhythm. It fits in nicely with the work that you're doing to describe Prospero's island!

 

Sing along with the videos below...

 

Who wants to be set free? Is Prospero keeping someone captive? Click here to visit the BBC Music pages to find out more.

Week 4

THE TEMPEST - ROCK THE SHIP

This is the introduction from Mrs Masterson to your new music project based on Shakespeare's The Tempest! You're going to learn two songs this term and your first one is called 'Rock the Ship'.

 

Click on the two clips below for the next steps. The first video shows you the song and then you can have a go at singing along.

 

These clips are from the BBC Music pages all about The Tempest. Click here to visit the BBC and find out more about the first part of the story through song!.

 

 

YEAR 4

Ongoing Project

MATILDA

We're obviously really disappointed that we won't be able to put on a musical this term, but as we can't all be together, we're going to try and get you all together to perform on our screens!

 

Our first song that we'd like you all to sing and record is 'When I Grow Up' from Matilda. Listen to Mrs Masterson's instructions for how to record yourselves and send your videos to Miss Stiles or Mrs Masterson (or your class teachers) so that we can create a chorus!

 

YEAR 5

 

*NEW!*

Week 7

*NEW!*

Week 5

UNDER THE SEA 1

As your new topic is 'Blue Planet', you're singing task is all to do with under the sea.

 

If you've seen Disney's The Little Mermaid, then you'll know this song!

Week 4

UNDER THE SEA 1

As your new topic is 'Blue Planet', you're singing task is all to do with under the sea.

 

If you've seen Disney's The Little Mermaid, then you'll know this song!

 

The two videos below help you to start learning the song...

 

YEAR 6

HELLO GOODBYE

We'd love to gather as many videos as possible to celebrate our Year 6 pupils.

 

In this video, Mr Palekar explains how to record yourself singing 'Hello Goodbye' by The Beatles. Once you've recorded yourselves, send your videos through to Miss Stiles, Mr Palakar or one of your teachers and they will be patched together.

 

Good luck!