Every day we are bombarded with news from all around the globe. To find out which news our students are interested in, have a look at the best entries on “Miniature News World” for this week’s Home Office Art Competition from Mrs Baigent’s and Mrs Brunnert’s classes 7 to 10.
Turning their homes into photo studios, our students reenacted major and minor news using toys, food and home objects – improvising along the way, which is the going motto these days.
Our students’ reenactments show an interest in diverse views of the world: from rescued hedgehogs to rescued refugees, from local accidents to global warming, from historic to current events, from schools closing to schools reopening, from individual to worldwide effects of coronavirus.
The winning entry in Mrs Baigent’s groups is from a year 8 student depicting how our economy is dying. Closely followed by a year 8 entry showing a refugee rescue mission.
The reenactment of 9/11 by a year 7 student is the winner in Mrs Brunnert’s classes, closely followed by a year 7 student’s “homemade” tsunami.