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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Gallery Rebels

In Doves, we have been learning about Banksy, the anonymous graffiti/street artist and have also been designing our own graffiti art!

We were inspired by Banksy and his creative style and debated whether his approach to art was illegal! Legal graffiti, called street art was found on our walk to Rathmore Road.  The Rathmore Road Street Art Project celebrated 500 years of Gravesend history.  These activities inspired us to create a new ‘Banksy Breakthrough’!  

  • Angel:-) 10 months ago
    Wow! That topic looks really fun. Especially creating your own LEGAL graffiti art! cant wait 2 be in yr 6:-)

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