• social facebook box blue 64 social twitter box blue 64 instgram youtube 200x200-small-square
  • 1

ART

art.gif

The Art curriculum aims to provide opportunities for children and young people to develop the skills needed to express ideas and feelings, record observations and design and make images and sculptures. Our Art curriculum is accessible to all and personalised according to individual need and preference. The school has an artist in residence and a potter. Children have access to a wide range of creative opportunities, including pottery, sculpture, oil painting, printmaking and collage. We also provide an enriched creative arts programme, which includes music and poetry workshops, storytelling and visiting theatre and dance groups. Students have regular opportunities to work with professional artists, and we have run a series of successful partnership projects with organisations such as the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery. We display students’ art work around all of our hospital sites, both in and around our teaching spaces, and around the hospitals as well (we currently have an exhibition of students’ work on ‘The Bridge’ at the Royal Brompton Hospital) and we have formed excellent relationships with hospital arts organisations such as RBH Arts and Hospital Arts at Chelsea and Westminster hospital) and our students are regularly involved in collaborative projects between the schools and the arts teams. In addition, students regularly have opportunities to enter competitions and display work in a variety of different settings. Students’ work has been displayed at Leighton House Museum as part of an international arts project which involved students from our school and students from schools in Gaza. Art therapy is also offered to students.

Art work produced by our students

2019 Road Safety Calendar Winner!

2019 Road Safety Calendar Winner!

Congratulations to Tara whose Road Safety poster has been chosen to be included in next year's RBKC Road Safety calendar. Well done Tara!

Read more

Meet Geko Man!

Meet Geko Man!

Geko Man is Teddy’s (age 5) amazing life size superhero! Geko Man can throw fireballs and waterballs. He can use the springs on his feet to jump to your rescue....

Read more

Henri Rousseau

Henri Rousseau

Daniel researched  Henri Rousseau and made a fabulous book about the artist.

Read more

Designs inspired by the work of artist J…

Designs inspired by the work of artist Joan Miró

Students Mariella, Ketsia, Olivia and Iman have all created their own original designs inspired by the work of artist Joan Miró.

Read more

Popcorn

Popcorn

Kelsi has been exploring Pop Art in her art lessons and created this wonderful artwork called Popcorn.

Read more

Students drew these moths

Students drew these moths

Our students drew these wonderful moths as part of SVAF's WHISPER project.

Read more

Origami flowers for MHAW

Origami flowers for MHAW

Shaun, our artist in residence worked with students at the hospital school, the paediatric psychology team and the RBHT arts team to make origami paper flowers to raise awareness of...

Read more

The Fourth Plinth Schools Award 2017

The Fourth Plinth Schools Award 2017

Some of the children at CCHS have been creating artwork inspired by the commissions for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square as part of an art competition for London Schools. Their...

Read more

Anyone for tea?

Anyone for tea?

Jonathan has worked with our artist Shaun to create these huge sculptures. Jonathan chose to make a teacup and saucer and a scone, complete with cream and jam!

Read more

Xmas Snowflakes

Xmas Snowflakes

Students at St Mary's have been getting into the festive mood by making these cool Xmas Snowflakes from lollipop sticks!

Read more

EU e-Privacy Directive

This website uses cookies to manage authentication, navigation, and other functions. By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.

View Privacy Policy

View e-Privacy Directive Documents

You have declined cookies. This decision can be reversed.

You have allowed cookies to be placed on your computer. This decision can be reversed.

script>