This week 30 GCSE Art and Design students visited the Tate Modern art gallery. One of the top ten most visited galleries in the world, the Tate Modern has over a hundred years of art for visitors to discover.
Our students explored the extensive collection of modern artworks as a starting point for their art exam project, researching and documenting the artwork and relating it to the exam theme of ‘Lock’.
They were exceptional role models and it was a real pleasure to see them demonstrating such curiosity and enthusiasm. We wish them the best of luck and creativity for their exam projects!
Speaking about the trip, our students said:
"All of the sculptures and posters were fun to look at and learn from. I would go there again." - Tijan
"We saw lots of things we could apply to our artwork for the exam." - Delano
"I found the trip really enjoyable. This was because the view of London was gorgeous and I found the artwork mesmerising. A great experience!" - Lilliyan
"It was nice to go out on a trip and spend some time in a place that has what I like to do with friends." - Ruby