Greeks Art & Design Project with Camelsdale School

Camelsdale Primary School has been working closely with Grayshott Pottery with its Year 6 Ancient Greeks Art & Design Project.

The children have been learning about and writing their own Greek myths. They also studied ancient Greek pattern work and designed their own mythical beast.

The culmination of this learning saw the 32 year 6 children paint their design onto plates kindly sponsored and then fired by the Pottery.

Camelsdale School Plates

Headteacher, Sarah Palmer, said,” We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Grayshott Pottery on this project. Their kind generosity and expertise has meant the children’s learning has been given real purpose with the end result being of high quality. I am sure the children will treasure their plates for a long time to come. We would like to say a huge thank you to them.“

Glenn Myers, Managing Director of Grayshott Pottery commented, “Camelsdale School and Grayshott Pottery have strong links with their local communities and this has been an excellent example of strong partnership working.”

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