The children of Kensington Wade School returned to the classroom last week for their first in-person lessons since December, and the Reception class were straight back to creating masterpieces with their interpretation of “The Last Supper” by Leonardo Da Vinci.
The children recreated the piece as part of Art Week at Kensington Wade, a week-long celebration of art and learning, including activities like traditional tye-dye in the style of the Bai people, an art recreation challenge, and learning about history’s great artists, like Da Vinci.
Jo Wallace, the Head, said “It is delightful to have the children back after such a long time away, and to see them creating masterpieces straight away! We have been amazed at the resilience of our children, parents, and teachers over the last several weeks of lockdown, and we are delighted to see their smiling faces back in the classroom. Reception’s recreation of The Last Supper is fantastic and goes to show that all our children have a bit of Da Vinci genius in them.”