Category Archives: Art

Creative Work

Pupils have been continuing to impress with their creative work. We’ve seen beautiful circular drawings and VE Day collages from the Prep School, while the Pre-Prep has been looking at the classic tale of the Three Little Pigs, designinga house...

Christmas Card Design Competition

Christmas Car Winner

We are pleased to announce the winner of the annual Lockers Park Christmas Card Design Competition is Year 7 pupil, Thomas. Many congratulations to Thomas! And well done to all pupils who took part including our runner-up, Jason (Year 7)....

Year 8 Art and Technology Day

Yesterday our Year 8s’ spent the day doing Art and Technology. In the Technology rooms they used found materials to create a chair for Mr Phillips to sit on. The only thing was they were not allowed to use any...

Art and Technology Exhibition

Our annual Art and Technology Exhibition opened yesterday and once again the talents of our pupils has really impressed me. I struggled to choose the photos to share as there were so many good ones. What is impressive is the...

Art in action

On of the beauties of having a dedicated art room is that you can do really messy things. Not all schools are like that! Today our Year 7 pupils were creating something with clay. They were making a flat tile...

Year 5 & 6 visit Tate Britain

On 4th of June, 2019, Year 5 and Year 6 went to Tate Britain in London. We went with Mr Phillips (DT), Mrs Hill and Miss White. It took us 2hours and 10 minutes to go there, because Donald Trump...

Christmas Card Competition

At Lockers Park we have some really talented artists. Each year we have a Christmas Card competition. This Year it was open to Years 5-8. The winning card becomes the official Lockers Park Christmas Card which is sent by the...

National Portrait Gallery

Our Year 7s’ had a fascinating trip to The National Portrait Gallery https://www.npg.org.uk/  where they really had a close look at a number of pictures and then had a go at creating them.  The Iris Murdoch portrait provoked a great discussion...