Goldsworthy-inspired Artwork

28 April 2020

Every week in the Year 4 and 5 #BeaconExcellenceOnline Art lessons, our boys are focusing on the work of a different artist. Last week, the lessons examined the land artist Andy Goldsworthy who creates temporary work outdoors, only using natural materials.
Our boys were tasked with creating their own Andy Goldsworthy-inspired artwork with the key word ‘Ephemeral’, meaning that, like Andy Goldsworthy, they needed to create temporary pieces of art that would change or blow away in time.
Miss Jackson received some incredible photos from our creative boys, with a gallery of just a few below.
To read more about our Beacon Boys’ creativity, please click here.
Pastoral Care is at the Heart of Everything We do at The Beacon

Our wonderful School Counsellor, Caroline Yolland, has shared her advice on how to prepare your children emotionally for a return to school sites in The Telegraph today. We are delighted to share this incredible support with other families. https://bit.ly/2ZCsTJb

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