Primary 6 were putting their creativity to good use during their trip to Jupiter Artland. After taking inspiration from the work of Andy Goldsworthy, the pupils foraged for materials which they later used to create their masterpieces. The aim of the task was to think of shapes that would be considered organic and think about how they might exist in nature. The pupils were complimented by Jupiter Artland staff on their ability to work well together and for their superb engagement in the activity.
After a spot of lunch and some free time, we went out exploring. As expected, the hills were a big hit, as was the amethyst cave, the duck pond and the stone house.
A great day had by all- we even managed to dodge the rain!!
Thank you to the parent helpers who came along to support. 😊