Art and design club

A group of students from Court Fields have been attending the Sorrell Saturday Art Club at Somerset College.  The Sorrell Foundation was set up in 1999 with the aim of inspiring creativity in young people and improving the quality of life through good design. The Saturday club aims to encourage creativity and careers in art and design and many club members go on to take a further education diploma, foundation or undergraduate courses in the arts. sorrell

The Court Fields students recently visited Somerset House in London to view an exhibition of their work and while there they were presented with certificates by Sir John and Lady Frances Sorrell.

Students: Josanna, Eliz, Ellie, Charley, Charlotte, Emily, Amber, Charlotte, Claire, Josie and Georgia

Anti-bullying competition

EMMA LANEThe winner of the Art and Design anti-bullying poster competition is Emma Lane from SA3.  The judges were particularly impressed with Emma’s work and her use of media and the peer parliament would like to use her ideas on a poster around the whole school.

Well done Emma!

 

 

 

Enrichment day

On 16/10/13 our Year 9 students took part in an enrichment activity based on a theatre production that they had seen the previous week. The  production by the Theatre Centre was called ‘Advice for the Young at Heart’ and explored the themes of poverty, racism and civil rights through the lives of two groups of teenagers.  One group in 2011 and the other in 1959.  The students had a choice of artistic forms in which to present their ideas, including physical theatre, music, art and textiles.

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Brewhouse Exhibition

A FLAVOUR OF SOMERSET – Exhibition at the Brewhouse Theatre Taunton 7 Court Fields Students have paintings exhibited at the Brewhouse Theatre Taunton as part of a competition to show different “Flavours” of Somerset. The exhibition is on show in the gallery at the theatre until the end of February

Naomi Fielder  Year 7

Lauren Gill  Year 9

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Enrichment Day for Year 7

The theme for this year’s Nanas was “The Wind in the Willows”. Students worked in house groups to produce characters from the story. The figures will be exhibited at the Brewhouse Theatre in Taunton as part of the Christmas Show.

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The figures were a great success and all students made a superb effort.

Ms Sidgwick