Headdresses, Endangered Sea Creatures
       
     
Headdress (Giant Penguin), created by Yr 8 student, endangered seacreatures project, recycled materials including plastic.jpg
       
     
Headdress (Albatross), created by Yr 5 student, endangered seacreatures project, recycled materials including plastic.jpg
       
     
Headdresses made by All Hallows students Yrs 4-8. Endangered seacreatures, recycled materials including plastic.jpg
       
     
Headdresses, Endangered Sea Creatures
       
     
Headdresses, Endangered Sea Creatures

Headdresses, Endangered Sea Creatures, made with All Hallows Prep School students, Years 4-8

Recycled and found materials including plastic bags & bottles, newspaper, chicken wire, aluminium cans, old steel nails, bottle tops, buttons, beads, wire and glue

The headdresses were made by students in Years 4-8, who studied art enrichment classes with Fiona. The sculptures were made from found, reclaimed and discarded materials, giving them a new life. The project was inspired by the urgent issue of waste in our modern world, our plastic oceans, and the plight of creatures such as albatrosses and turtles who are suffering from the effects of our rubbish, ‘a stand against plastic pollution so we can see our sea creatures thrive once again’ (Tia West, Year 8). ‘Making my headdress was great fun!’ (Louis Roberts, Year 6).




Headdress (Giant Penguin), created by Yr 8 student, endangered seacreatures project, recycled materials including plastic.jpg
       
     
Headdress (Albatross), created by Yr 5 student, endangered seacreatures project, recycled materials including plastic.jpg
       
     
Headdresses made by All Hallows students Yrs 4-8. Endangered seacreatures, recycled materials including plastic.jpg