Recently, pupils of all ages in St Peter’s undertook a deep-learning week with a focus on Diversity. As part of their multi-cultural learning, pupils’ art lessons gave opportunities to show their understanding of a range of world faiths. Our youngest children in Year R learnt about the Hindu festival of Holi and performed their own dance with coloured paint. Year 1 pupils designed Islamic prayer mats, Year 2 their own Hindu Rangoli patterns, and Year 3 created stained glass windows designs using symbols from the Jewish faith. Year 4 made dioramas (small models) to show Sikh Gurdwaras, whilst children in Year 5 created stunning art contrasting darkness and light to represent the power and significance of Good Friday. Year 6 pupils learnt about the significance of the word Shalom in the Jewish faith and created art to symbolise its importance. The results of their work are show in these 2 incredible displays in school.
Thank you to Miss Honeywell for leading the Diversity Week, and to Mrs Pearson for yet more astounding art work with the pupils.
Mr R Cunningham