Art Techniques screen printing projects offer pupils from nursery to year 6 a chance to make simple paper stencils from news print enabling repeat printing onto textiles and paper. Looking at the history of printing, and Artist Andy Warhol, links this technique with the curriculum and involves pupils directly with amazing results including colour mixing.
We can supply up to 30 screen printing frames and squeegees’ for successful class projects. The school hall or class room can be converted into a print studio for half and full day sessions. You just need to supply drying racks, ready mix paint, sugar paper and printing cotton as optional.
Cutting paper stencils.
Prints by Reception pupils with torn and cut stencils.
Sea Creature screen prints from Cradle Hill Primary School, Seaford.
Story telling printing from St.Marks C of E Village School Association project.
Screen printing project at Buxted C of E Primary School.
All classes were involved in this project. The stimulus was The Four Seasons, Elements, Ashdown Forest and work based on Wrought Iron made in local forge’s which had been a traditional trade in the village of Buxted.
Frant C of E Primary School VSA Project.
Cutting stencils for the screen printed section of Frant C of E Primary Schools VSA Project.
Salehurst C of E Primary School twinning project with a school in Milawi.
This work was made by mixing wax resist and screen printing processes. The images are showing the contrast between the two schools and telling a story. The whole schools was involved in this project. All of the work took place in the school hall. A special assembly was arranged to show the finished work. Pupils had worked on designs with book illustrator Sarah Massini. They used these designs for their screen print stencils and pen and wax illustrations.
Screen printing repeats at the Smart Art Classes.
Screen printing from Blatchington Mill Primary School, Brighton.
Benfield Primary School, Portslade year 3 printing project.
Screen printing at Bonner C of E Primary School VSA Project.
Pupils help each other with the printing before they reveal the Magic Moment of their very own prints.