Creative development takes many forms and we encourage parents
to look at their child's skills holistically rather than only focusing
on a concrete piece of art work to take home as evidence of their
creativity.  
However, this page is a chance to showcase and celebrate some of
those achievements which do take a material form, and of which
the children in our care may be justly proud.
Arts and Crafts 1
TRANSIENT ART IS FUN, ALL AROUND US AND CHALLENGES OUR CREATIVITY!
Building articulated figures
helps develop fine motor
skills and  concentration
Natural light produces great work
glow-in-the dark
rubber balls from
sticky crystals
Construction toys help develop
logical thinking and fine motor
skills
Little hands are very clever
Sand art helps us
explore different
textures
Cheeky monkeys
always welcome!!


We  made lovely wooden
pen holders
TYRE PRINTS
Making connections with the community by
designing Chinese New Year dragons and
Passover plates
 Xmas Rudolph : tactile 3-D sequin design



 Hand mould using plaster of paris
Bead design photo frame               Sensory development: highly-scented Soap creations
Colourful
T-shirt design using stencils