Creativity on the Coast

On Tuesday 17th January, Year 3 had an exciting morning learning new creative skills through art and fisher heritage activities. The children learnt about Gyotaku, a traditional method of Japanese fish printing (using real fish) which has previously been used by fishermen to record their catches. The children also got to see how to fillet and prepare lemon sole and enjoyed tasting it after it was fried in breadcrumbs. Year 3 should now be more aware of different art techniques and sustainable fishing.