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  1. Sheila Ceccarelli
    March 24, 2014 @ 3:20 pm

    What a brilliant workshop Paula! Lucky children!

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  2. Sharon Gale
    April 22, 2014 @ 3:37 pm

    I love this workshop! It’s so exciting not quite knowing how all the ‘juggling’ and rebalancing will shape your sculpture. I definitely want to try this with my students.

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  3. Paula Briggs
    April 23, 2014 @ 9:51 am

    Hello Sharon, Pls do let us know how you get on! And congratulations on your Star! http://www.accessart.org.uk/see-the-accessart-stars/

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  4. Wendy Bal
    December 4, 2014 @ 10:31 pm

    At Crompton Primary School we have really enjoyed experimenting with some of the ideas on your website. We linked this lesson idea with Year 2’s Great Fire of London topic, using the colours we associated with that alongside shapes reminiscent of Ben Nicholson’s work. Children worked in pairs to produce a wonderful variety of sculpture and they loved the process of balancing line and shape and experimenting with joining techniques. We will look again at our sculpture this week and focus on composition, producing abstract paintings. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    • Paula Briggs, AccessArt
      December 5, 2014 @ 9:16 am

      Wendy – what a terrific focus for this resource – thank you so much for telling us! Wonderful sculptures and by the sounds of it absolutely fantastic facilitation! well done – pls let us know how it develops in painting and show us more images if you get the chance. Pls pass on our congratulations to the children (I’m sure their work will inspire many more)..

      very best wishes
      Paula
      AccessArt

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    • Sheila, AccessArt
      December 5, 2014 @ 5:19 pm

      I agree with Paula! This is wonderful work – really! So great to see pupils being able to work ideas through sculpturally! Fabulous! Please do stay in touch.
      Sheila

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