At Rachel Keeling we work in a process-led approach to learning. We focus on the journey and not the destination! Over the past few weeks children have been given opportunities to engage in transient art. Transient art is non-permanent, constantly evolving and process orientated creativity in action. When children work on transient art projects they manipulate, explore and experiment as they work individually or collaboratively, on either large- or small- scale artworks. Children explored the resources, talking about them, handling them and arranging them. Reflective sessions like this encourage children to slow down, relax, share talk, make close observations and explore shape, pattern, texture and symmetry.
Children sustained concentration, working in pairs and individually. We think the learning outcomes and benefits to such an experience are incredible.
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