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Spirited Arts 2021 Art & Poetry Competition

The RE department is excited to launch this competition, and it is open to all students. When you have completed your entry, please email it to your RE teacher or Mrs Taylor-Smith or Miss Moloney. We look forward to seeing how creative you can be!

What is it?
Join hundreds of schools from around the world taking part in this year's Spirited Arts competition. You can use any art form including:

  • Art (painting, drawing, sketching etc)
  • Poetry
  • Photography
  • Dance
  • Music
  • Drama
  • Sculpture

Winning entries will provide a good response to one of the 5 themes (see entry details link below), and judges will be asking is it original? Is it well-crafted? And (most importantly!) is it excellent RE?

When you have completed your entry you need to explain it. You do not need to write more than 400 words.

Click on the link for further information: https://www.natre.org.uk/about-natre/projects/spirited-arts/spirited-arts-2021/

Good luck! We cannot wait to see how creative you can be.

Mrs Taylor-Smith and Miss Moloney

 

Here are some ideas to help you with your explanation:

The deepest thing about my work is ...

The religion that inspired my work is ...

My RE art work ...

Doing this work has made me think ...

To make the image, what I did was...

My inspiration came from ...

I like the theme I have been working on because ...

This art work is spiritual because ...

I think my work connects to religion because ...

In RE it is good to explore ... so ...

I’ve tried to show my thoughts/ideas/vision/feelings by ...

In my picture, you can see ...

 

 

 

A quote from a holy book that fits with my work is ...

This picture is all about ...

While I was making this, I thought a lot about ... and I would like to say ...

This work has helped me to realise ...