Bolton School Infants

Y2 Visit The Lowry

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Year 2 children at Bolton School enjoyed a day of learning and discovery at The Lowry art gallery at Media City, Manchester. The group had a drama workshop, learning about how to look at people in Lowry’s pictures and how they give the impression of moving. They also worked as groups to recreate parts of a Lowry piece of artwork.

Teacher Mrs Clarke said: "We enjoyed looking in the gallery at Lowry works of art and found out that the most expensive painting was worth over 7 million pounds, we had to be very careful! We created our own buildings and looked at the shapes used. Overall, this was a great and stimulating day out that the children really enjoyed."

 

 

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