It was an encouraging turnout for our parent coffee morning on Wednesday and we are so grateful to Shaymaa and Tracy for organising it and putting so much effort in. One of the losses during the pandemic was opportunities for parents and carers to get together with one another and build those lovely networks and friendships. Shaymaa and Tracy are really trying to do something about that and hoping to build some new Middle Park connections.
A little taste of our very exciting World Book Day 2022. It’s so much fun to see each other’s costumes.
Our beautiful Year 4 Scribbleboy had a great morning at the Prince Phillip Maritime Collection Centre investigating everything paint/dye/pigment related. There is such a fascinating history to the colours that artists in the past used. We worked scientifically to investigate all the differences.
What would you wear on a ‘Dress to Express’ day?? Some of us have dressed up, some of us have dressed down. Some have gone big, some have gone small. We’re all comfortable in different ways and more than ever, today we are celebrating our differences and enjoying all our looks. #dresstoexpress
We had photograph day this week and all got to practise our very best smiles. Thank you to our wonderful Year 6 helpers who kept the troops entertained and kept things moving.
You will remember that Year 4 are learning about the hyper realism of Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley. Today, Year 4 Scribbleboy had a go at drawing hyper realistic eyes – how do you think they did ?
Year 4 are really buzzing about their new artist focus, Arinze Stanley. Arinze is a self-taught Nigerian artist who creates hyperrealistic pencil drawings. He is blowing our minds! Check back next week when we start having a go at hyperrealism ourselves.