Hillview students critique works by Judy Chicago at the De La Warr Pavilion
Last Thursday, Year 12 students visited the Pavilion to look at the exhibitions currently on. The Head of Social Media interviewed our students regarding their response to an artwork. You can see the thread by visiting:
As part of her Extended Project, Year 13 student Lauren Browne had the opportunity to work on an independent task on a topical issue: pollution and climate change.
12.7 million tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans each year. (Greenpeace UK) Plastic waste is found in 90% of seabirds. One million seabirds are killed by this exact marine litter every year. (National Geographic).
This inspired Lauren to make a sculpture to show the effects plastic has on sea birds all over the world. Her sculpture can be viewed in Reception. ... See MoreSee Less
World Book Day at Hillview Well! Here's some of yesterday's selection of the entries for our 'Great Bookish Bake Off". Thanks to all students for their contributions. Winners will be announced later today - along with those from the dress-up-day. ... See MoreSee Less