Oak and their learning adventures
We get up to all sorts of amazing things here at St. Louis Academy. Click one of our recent learning adventures below to read it in full.
In Oak we have created our own collages in response to the work of Patrick Heron. Patrick Heron is a British painter and art critic. He was born in Yorkshire but moved to Cornwall when he was five. He was influenced by artists such as Henri Matisse and Paul...read more
In Oak we have been looking at printing with different materials. We used a range of materials including lego, cotton reels and wooden blocks. We used red, blue and yellow to create these images.read more
In Oak we are learning about Advent. We visited Church on Friday 29th November for a special whole-school service with Father Christopher. At the Church Father Christopher blessed our Advent wreath. Over the next few weeks we will learn more about the importance of...read more
In Oak we have been learning about how the world was created. We have found out that God created the world and all the amazing things on it! We made our own beautiful silhouettes to remind us of all the beautiful things God has given us.read more
In Oak, the children have created their own abstract portraits based on the work of Pablo Picasso. The children used a mixture of warm and cold colours to create two different portraits and then combined these to make an abstract picture. Head of a Women -...read more
In Oak the children have really been enjoying our Literacy lessons based on the book Beegu by Alexis Deacon. It is about a small, yellow alien who is lost on Earth. The children have responded to the illustrations in the book, described Beegu's thoughts and...read more