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The Fourth Plinth Programme is UK’s most talked about contemporary sculpture prize. Funded by the Mayor of London and supported by Arts Council England, it invites world class
artists to create new works for display in Trafalgar Square. Each year, London schools are invited to enter the Fourth Plinth Schools Awards. The awards give children a chance to get involved with public art and offer new views of London.
This year, we have been invited to enter. The children must design and/or make a model of a sculpture or drawing for the Fourth Plinth. This should express their views on life in London. If they make a model or sculpture, please get them to bring it in so it can be photographed.
The deadline is midnight of the 9th March, so please can I have all entries in by the 2nd to process the application.
It is a great opportunity for all who enter.
Information can be found at https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/arts-and-culture/current-culture-projects/fourth-plinth-trafalgar-square/fourth-plinth-schools-awards-2018
I look forward to seeing the entries!
I’m delighted to offer you free Moz The Monster and an exciting prize draw, as part of Bringing Skills to Life.
In the spirit of Moz The Monster, we’re inviting your primary school pupils aged 5-11 to create an artwork of their very own imaginary monster friend.
Every child that enters our prize draw is in with a chance to win:
- A Moz The Monster toy
- A Microsoft Surface Pro 4 i5 for their school, plus an introduction workshop delivered by a Microsoft Educator to bring the pupil’s winning entry to life using the Surface.
To enter the prize draw, follow these three simple steps:
- Download the Prize_draw_pack (1)
- Use the template in the pack to get creative and visualise an imaginary monster companion with the aid of pencils, paint, collage or digital tools. Include a short sentence explaining why their monster is fun.
- Hand in to Mrs Winters by 24th November 2017 (This will ensure all forms are complete for each application before being sent off)
All entries must be received by 11.59pm on Friday 1st December 2017 to be in with a chance of being randomly selected as a lucky winner at one of our 47 participating stores, terms and conditions apply, download the prize draw pack for full details.
We’ll display each winner in shop, alongside some of our favourites throughout December.
We’re partnering with Barnardo’s this Christmas. As our advert celebrates the imagination of Joe and his imaginary friend Moz The Monster, we’ll be helping Barnardo’s help young carers across the UK to be children again. You’ll find Supporting Young Carers Barnardo’s slides to be shared with staff to find out more about Young Carers and how schools can support these vulnerable young people.
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Due to incorrect information from APFS, please disregard the dates for ordering.
As confirmed, by APFS, the dates have been changed.
This week, the cards will be collected from the school.
The company will scan them and set up the ordering process for each child.
They will then be returned, and sent out to the children, by the 22nd of November.
All order must be complete by the 29th of November.
Apologies for the confusion.
Online order date: 29th October 2017
Given in to class teacher by date: 3rd November 2017
It’s that time of year again!
As every year, we are printing Christmas cards designed by the pupils of the school. It is a great opportunity for them to create something lovely to be sent out to family and friends over the Christmas period. This year, there is also the option of having their design printed as wrapping paper. In order for the cards to come out as beautiful as thought and designed, we have been sent the following guidelines…
- Artworks can be created on white or coloured card or paper and must be A4 in size – DO NOT FOLD THE PAPER IN HALF
- Artworks may be portrait or landscape
- Bold colours work well, as does collage
- AFPS advises against pearlised paint; metallic or light reflective material such as foil and fluorescent highlighters as they do not always reproduce well
- AFPS WILL NOT ACCEPT work with glitter as this may contaminate other artworks and damage machinery in the printing process
- Black backgrounds do not produce well
- Please DO NOT place artwork in plastic wallets
- All pastel artworks must be fixed before sending
- Due to copyright laws, AFPS CANNOT reproduce pictures from books or magazines, the internet, school photographs. Collages artworks made from pictures cut from magazines are allowed in most circumstances.
If you have any queries please let me know, and I will do my best to address them.
We have been asked to enter a competition by Westfield London, to design a Christmas Card Wallet.
All entries must be handed in to me by the Friday after half term, 3rd November. This way we can send the entries off for the 12th.
Details, including template, are available for download below