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Art and English workshop – The Goblin Market

Art and English workshop – The Goblin Market – with St Joseph’s Launceston year six and Goblins

Starting With Art and Making Books Brilliant! Art & English working together to populate The Goblin Market with actual GOBLINS!

Having worked on the main book with the senior students in the morning I worked with the year six students to encourage a creative approach to interpreting the story as told by the Seniors and inventing the Goblins add the scary element to the story.

Details about this workshop

Goblin Market - Making Books Brilliant Workshop
St Joseph's School
32 St Stephen's Hill, Launceston PL15 8HN
50.643545, -4.367539 View on map
Afternoon session 2 hours
10+ students

Using imagined goblins in profile and cutting round the shape they made students “invented” a third character. They developed this character and then wrote a Biography/profile and explained how their own Goblin had interacted with the two sisters from the poem.

We had some brilliant inventive and scary goblins, which will be dropped into the seniors pages, before being made into a book which will be available at St. Josephs’ Centenary celebrations in July.



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