Well Dressing

Small groups of Year 7,8 and 9 students spent time with Fegg Hayes Futures, who donated resources to help us create three well-dressing displays with support from Mrs Ackley and Mrs Johnson.

Well-dressings are made using wooden frames packed with clay, in a process known as puddling. These are then decorated with natural objects including moss, beans, seeds, cones, twigs, berries and, most importantly, flower petals which give the pictures their colour and detail.

Our designs celebrated the queen's platinum jubilee.