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North Cheshire Jewish Primary School

North Cheshire

Jewish Primary School

Year 5 Environmental Awareness Project

Year 5 completed an Environmental Awareness Project from the Manchester Society of Architects.
This year the children focused on outside buildings, choosing areas and viewpoints they found interesting in school. Afterwards they produced captions to go with their photos.

The board of photographs are also on display at the Castlefield Gallery, Manchester exhibition.  The MSA Design Awards exhibition is open to the public from Thursday 2 to Thursday 16 May (Castlefield Gallery opening hours: Wed-Sun, 1-6pm)

 

Thank you to Mr Edelmann for letting us know about this year's project.

NB: Click the photos to see them in a gallery format with all the captions.

  • Adi

    The Only Plant Standing by Adi.

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    The Only Plant Standing by Adi.
  • Amy

    The Never-ending Wall by Amy. I took this photo at an angle so it looks like the wall doesn’t end.

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    The Never-ending Wall by Amy. I took this photo at an angle so it looks like the wall doesn’t end.
  • Bella

    Clogged Stone Grid by Bella. I love the drips falling from the pipe into the stones.

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    Clogged Stone Grid by Bella. I love the drips falling from the pipe into the stones.
  • Ben

    Reflective Letters by Ben. I took this photo at an angle to make it look more effective. I like the way the sun reflects in different parts of the photo.

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    Reflective Letters by Ben. I took this photo at an angle to make it look more effective. I like the way the sun reflects in different parts of the photo.
  • Charly

    The Water Family by Charly. I took this picture as you can see the reflection of the trees in the puddles. At the end of the puddles you can see the tall brown tree.

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    The Water Family by Charly. I took this picture as you can see the reflection of the trees in the puddles. At the end of the puddles you can see the tall brown tree.
  • Dan

    Fly Away by Daniel. Let’s hope the plane doesn’t get too close to the tree!

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    Fly Away by Daniel. Let’s hope the plane doesn’t get too close to the tree!
  • Emily

    Can You Screw it? By Emily. I took this picture because you can see the sunlight coming through the gate. You can also see the rust on the screw.

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    Can You Screw it? By Emily. I took this picture because you can see the sunlight coming through the gate. You can also see the rust on the screw.
  • Ethan H

    3…2…1…TAKE OFF by Ethan H. I took this photo as soon as the bird landed on the roof. I had to be quick! I also like the clear lines of the rivets on the roof.

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    3…2…1…TAKE OFF by Ethan H. I took this photo as soon as the bird landed on the roof. I had to be quick! I also like the clear lines of the rivets on the roof.
  • Ethan M

    Strength by Ethan. We took a really good close up shot of the office building. I like how the hedges create a shield around the building.

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    Strength by Ethan. We took a really good close up shot of the office building. I like how the hedges create a shield around the building.
  • Harry

    The Flood Light that Doesn’t Need Using! By Harry. I like this angle of this photo because the sky comes through really clearly.

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    The Flood Light that Doesn’t Need Using! By Harry. I like this angle of this photo because the sky comes through really clearly.
  • Louis

    How Did That Get There? By Louis. You may not think it but the black object in the gutter is a tennis ball. We like this picture because of the interesting textures and the dripping water.

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    How Did That Get There? By Louis. You may not think it but the black object in the gutter is a tennis ball. We like this picture because of the interesting textures and the dripping water.
  • Marisa

    Sun and Rain? By Marisa. This picture is focusing on the raindrops on the shadow of a slide. The wood makes you feel at home whilst the slide is very bright.

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    Sun and Rain? By Marisa. This picture is focusing on the raindrops on the shadow of a slide. The wood makes you feel at home whilst the slide is very bright.
  • Natalie

    What’s in the Crack? By Natalie. I took this photo because there are lots of interesting cobwebs inside the gap, as well as the bricks being cracked, making it look old.

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    What’s in the Crack? By Natalie. I took this photo because there are lots of interesting cobwebs inside the gap, as well as the bricks being cracked, making it look old.
  • Natasha

    Straight Lines by Natasha. I took this particular photo because it has a row of plants. I like the way the plants are creating a fence of their own. I also like the contrast between the metal fence and the plants.

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    Straight Lines by Natasha. I took this particular photo because it has a row of plants. I like the way the plants are creating a fence of their own. I also like the contrast between the metal fence and the plants.
  • Sadie

    The Amazing Puddle by Sadie. The puddle is reflecting on the flat stone and making a mirror. The trees almost seem to be on the ground.

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    The Amazing Puddle by Sadie. The puddle is reflecting on the flat stone and making a mirror. The trees almost seem to be on the ground.
  • Sam

    What’s Around the Corner? By Sam. I took this picture because I like how the shadows go along until half way and it looks like a little ally.

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    What’s Around the Corner? By Sam. I took this picture because I like how the shadows go along until half way and it looks like a little ally.
  • Sarah

    Look Over There by Sarah. I took this photo because you can see what is inside the fence. If you look closely you can see a grid.

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    Look Over There by Sarah. I took this photo because you can see what is inside the fence. If you look closely you can see a grid.
  • Shani

    A Field Full of Nails by Shani. This is a very interesting photo. When you look at the photo you can see the nails in a range of perspective.

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    A Field Full of Nails by Shani. This is a very interesting photo. When you look at the photo you can see the nails in a range of perspective.
  • Sophia

    Jail Break by Sophia. In this photo the fence is like the bars of the cell and the poor rusty steel wheel is the criminal breaking out of prison.

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    Jail Break by Sophia. In this photo the fence is like the bars of the cell and the poor rusty steel wheel is the criminal breaking out of prison.
  • Talia

    Where Did the Spider Go? By Talia. I took this photo because of the cobwebs in the cracks on the bricks.

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    Where Did the Spider Go? By Talia. I took this photo because of the cobwebs in the cracks on the bricks.
  • Tamar

    Materials by Tamar. I like the contrast between the climbing frames, wood and brick.

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    Tamar
    Materials by Tamar. I like the contrast between the climbing frames, wood and brick.
  • Woody

    Looking through the Leaves by Woody. We like the photo because the leaves are really clear and the background is a bit hazy. The leaves are the star of the photo… everything is pointing at the leaves and that’s what makes it really unique. The strong wind the night before had pushed the sign over.

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    Looking through the Leaves by Woody. We like the photo because the leaves are really clear and the background is a bit hazy. The leaves are the star of the photo… everything is pointing at the leaves and that’s what makes it really unique. The strong wind the night before had pushed the sign over.
  • Final Display

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    Final Display

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