Year 8 (Mr Charles and Robinson groups)
Get those photographs of 'wrapped objects' emailed to us. Power Point Presentation when we get back.
Finish off the Gaudi A3 piece. Do the Blog homework.
Parents - post any questions or comments about Options or the GCSE work on this blog. Thanks.
Take home and finish Matisse A1. The qualities for an 'A' grade are: Careful use of materials, mixed materials, strong use of colour, attention to detail. We'll get all the work posted after half-term . The signs so far are excellent.
Re-submit Starting Point Sheet - if applicable. Does your mock final piece need to be finished? Two studies from direct observation for the exam project.
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