On 16th of October we will be delighted to welcome Martin Brockman to our school to show our students how to create sculptures from natural woodland resources. Inspire students will benefit from the many, well documented benefits of working hands on, outside and as a group to create beautiful artwork which will contribute to our exhibition / show themed around Pandora’ s box.
Letters will be issued next week with more information.
(image 1 courtesy of http://www.emmastothard.com, another fabulous artist, image 2 shows Martin Brockman’s workshop from http://www.icouldreadthesky.com)
A story inspired by current affairs, Pandora’s box, and ‘The Dictator’ by Charlie Chaplin.
Words by Lacy Streeter – a year 9 Inspire Student. What a great effort Lacy well done for all your focus and hard work today.
By Lacy Streeter
Beautiful piece, written by Zach Connell, Inspired by the story of Pandora’s box.
Nominated for STAR of the week – Well done Zach great work!
By Zach Connell
Another smashing session for Year 9 Inspire students today. We kicked off with some more creative writing using the Barber speech from ‘The Dictator’ which is a rallying cry for sustaining hope and strength of optimism in the face of war, greed and suffering.
After writing their own monologues, students combined them into one script and developed movement to music – an original score develope specifically for them by Bebe Bentley.
I am proud of the work produced today – especially the performance of the work at the end to Mr. Yates – such focus and energy. The students were proud too – here are the post it notes of what students felt they had achieved today.