The Fourth Plinth Schools Award is a prestigious, annual art competition run by London's mayor. Thanks to the skill and creativity of our children, taught so brilliantly by our art teacher Berrin Bates, we have won the competition many times before. We are winners again in 2016!
The winning work is called “silhouettes “ and was produced by Year 4 pupils in Jupiter class. The children were inspired by henna patterns from India. They created woven patterns, using a range of materials, and with these decorated large silhouettes of people dancing, running or thinking. I am sure you have seen them on our main stairwell.
The winning entries will be shown at City Hall from 29 April to 1 July 2016.