This morning we opened the Trout at Transition art trail as part of Biggar Little Festival. The art trail is the final installation from our first primary-to-secondary school transition project which involved artist Holly Keasey and the learning community of Biggar High School. We are delighted with how the installation turned out and would love to hear your thoughts. The trail runs along the Biggar Burn between Burnbraes Park and Biggar High School. A copy of trail map can be found here.
An art trail consisting of work created during Trout at Transition is to open during Biggar Little Festival on Saturday 17th October.
The trail, which marks the final piece of work from Trout at Transition, will be composed from ceramic tiles that pupils created in Biggar High School’s Art Department with artist Holly Keasey. It will run along the burn between Burnbraes Park and Biggar High School; you can download the trail map here.
We’re delighted to announce that a selection of art work created in Phase 2 of Trout at Transition is now on display in Biggar Library as part of Biggar Little Festival. The festival runs from Thursday 17th to Sunday 27th October (see: http://www.biggar-little-festival.com/product.php/285/trout-at-transition-art-exhibition). We’ve left a comments book at the library reception desk so do let us know what you think!
It’s now the summer break and almost time for the P7’s who took part in the first phases of Trout at Transition to join Biggar High School. A summary of ‘Phase 2’ of Trout at Transition featured in the Carluke and Lanark Gazette this week – see cutting below. We’re looking forward to continuing the project in the High School this year!
Good to see some of our pupils trying out the Trout at Transition Pupils’ Blog on Kidblog this week! Remember to let us know what you think and happy blogging!
We are delighted to announce that we have incorporated Kidblog into Trout at Transition so you can share your experiences. Just log in at http://kidblog.org/TroutatTransition. We look forward to hearing from you!
Welcome to the Trout at Transition website! We are delighted with how the project has been progressing since its launch in January 2013 and are looking forward to sharing our experiences and showcasing pupils’ work on the website. The site will be updated as the project unfolds. If you’re taking part in the project and would like to contribute something to be included on the website, then we’d love to hear from you!