Thanks to our Photography Exhibition and our special guest judge the 12 winners were chosen with a special winner winning a place on the front cover!
Well Done to all our winners and for those who have supported us by buying our first Finchale Calendar.
Thank you to everyone who took part during the Summer Holidays. We have had 170 entries from Students, Parents, Teachers and Governors; all showing inspiring images.
A special judging panel has reviewed them all and we have chosen our 32 finalists!
See them all below, proudly, with their certificates.
On Thursday 7th November we had a photograph exhibition where everyone who came to look at the final 32 photos were asked to vote for their top 6 photographs so that we could have 13 final photographs to make our Finchale Calendar 2020.
Thank you to everyone who came to support us especially those students who came to vote from the local Comprehensive schools. We had 165 people who voted.
Thank you also to our special judge, an art teacher, from our local comprehensive school, who came to pick the one photograph that will be proudly upon the front of our calendar this year.
The results have been calculated and the results will be announced shortly!
Thank you to Jay de Silva who came in to teach us all about Diwali and to run workshops in Reception and Year 3.
The whole school learned about the festival in our school assembly before Reception created Rangoli patterns out of coloured rice and Year 3 decorated jars for tea lights. Both Reception and Year 3 also took part in some traditional Indian dancing, which everyone enjoyed throughly.
At the start of September 2019 Year 3 looked at various kinds of scribble art. As part of a 'Get to know you' activity we decided to create our own scribble art with hidden pictures within the loops depicting what we like doing or eating.
Can you see any hidden images?