UNFORTUNATELY due to recent events Culcheth Primary School’s annual Arts week could not take place this year in school.
However, because of the success of our Virtual Sports day, they thought it might be a great idea to have a Virtual Arts week too!
Their theme for Arts week this year was Japanese Art and they chose Japan due to the Olympics games that were due to take place there.
The children (and staff) made Japanese origami, Japanese fans, performed fan dances, made koinobori windsocks, drew art in the style of Hokusai, also took part in a Jujitsu workshop and all activities took place from home.
Staff were amazed by the amount of photos and videos they received and were pleased that so many children got involved and made such an effort.
Headteacher Amanda Dodd said: “A big thank you to Miss Wardle for all her efforts and making it such a great success”.
Picture shows Kian Sturgess (Reception) and Lucinda Burns (Year 6).