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Large feltwork created by children in Key Stage One

Fun with Felting

Forms 1 and 2 got creative thinking about what Ghyll Royd School means to them. They felt that school was a fun place where they had lots of time spent outdoors, both learning and playing. Together with Art teacher Mrs...

Group shot of all children jumping in the air in their handmade kilts

Kilted Out!

Forms 5 and 6 have created their very own kilts with Mrs Smith in their Art lessons this term. With the help of the wonderful Mrs Cook, the children have created these brilliant garments which they kindly modeled for us...

Child's printwork and textile artwork

Sew Talented!

Textiles lessons began this term for Forms 3 and 4. Miss Smith has been busy updating and developing Ghyll Royd’s creative curriculum with different art forms including pottery, textiles, digital art and more! Forms 3 and 4 used a technique...

Pretty in Print!

Forms 5 and 6 are starting to see their lino printing turn into Tartan! For their learning topic all about the Stuarts, pupils have been making scottish kilts using lino and paint on cotton fabric. The printing process takes time...

Groovy Greek Gods

In Art this term, Forms 3 and 4 have been getting messy with modrock! Using sheets of modrock, pupils layered up their design over a basic mask shape to create unique faces. The masks represented different Greek Gods to coincide...

Keep What You Sew!

In their final few art lessons at Ghyll Royd, Form 6 have been creating their own needle books. Using a variety of embroidery techniques, the children have each produced a unique needle book which shows what they have learnt in...

Wanted: Talented Artists!

Ghyll Royd pupils are being encouraged to enter an art competition for a local elderly care home. Straven House Bupa Care Home are running a competition with the Ilkley Art Trail for local schoolchildren to design pictures or paintings to...

Arty Pupils Take to the Stage

Talented Form 5 pupils Ava, Evie C and Bea took to the stage at Ilkley Carnival on May Day to accept their prizes for their winning submissions in the Carnival’s Cover Competition. The pupils made their designs in Mrs Smith’s...