Twelve Norwich School Fine Art pupils, in the 5th form, had the chance to visit Cornwall over the May half term holiday, accompanied by Miss Williams and Miss Slade.
On the trip pupils got the chance to photograph at St Michaels Mount, visit the Patrick Heron exhibition in Tate St Ives, visit the Barbara Hepworth Museum, sketch in the harbour of St Ives and Mousehole Harbour, sketch at Leach pottery, watch Jesus Christ Superstar at the Minack Theatre, have a sketching workshop and tour in the Tremeneere Sculpture Garden and to visit Penzance galleries, as well as beach combing in Sennon Cove.
"I really enjoyed the entire trip and especially the sketch booking. For me, Art is about drawing from life and I particularly enjoyed sketching the boats and the cliffs. My favourite trip was Jesus Christ Superstar and I also very much enjoyed Sennen Cove." Sophie Duez (M5C)
"The whole trip was filled with loads of amazing scenery and experiences. My favourite has to be the Minack Theatre with a great backdrop whilst we watched Jesus Christ Super Star." Christabella Aldrich (M5S)
"Tremeneere Sculpture Garden was a really peaceful place to sketch." Ben Ferrey (M5C)