Bolton School Infants

Artistic Inspiration for Y2 at The Lowry

  • Lowry Museum Visit artwork
  • Lowry Museum Visit art
  • Lowry Museum Visit

Year 2 children at Bolton School enjoyed an inspiring visit to the Lowry Museum in Salford.

Teacher Mrs Clarke coordinated the visit and oversaw the girls and boys who learnt how to draw industrial scenes, buildings and people – looking at them as match-stalk men and match-stalk cats and dogs!

The class also took part in a drama workshop, studying paintings carefully and then creating their own figures from the paintings.

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