Big Post!

It’s been a very busy and exciting term getting the Art room!

We have been getting the Art room looking fantastic for Open Week, hosting weekly working bees for our upcoming Level 5 and 6 production of ‘The Pirates of the Curry Bean’, working with landscape artist and parent, Lisa Kerr, working with us on our collaborative Anzac mosaic as well as creating 600+ for the entire school for our special Anzac Day assembly. Big thank you to Lisa for working with the Level 5 and 6 students – they had such a great time. Can’t wait to see to mosaics displayed in our school grounds soon!


Some Level 5 and 6 students creating our Anzac mural with the help of Mrs. Barr.


Making a pair of giant knickers for the production!


Fantastic Mums, Dads and Students and former Rangeview students helping us making props and costumes!

Here is a quick snapshot of what we’ve been up to this Term in our Art lessons!

Here are the Level 1 and 2 students using their own made templates to create clay leaves. We had a great time making these and are eagerly awaiting for them to be fired in the kiln. Students have loved using real-life examples of leaves, examining their colours and shapes to make their own leaf. We have used our design brief a lot in this activity. Students also made colourful portraits inspired by our Rangeview gardens. We were lucky enough to have a tour with Mr. Barr who showed us lots of fruit and vegies!


Level 3 and 4 students have been learning about colour. We have been experimenting with dry pastels and dipping them into water to create some amazing imaginary creatures.



Level 5 and 6 students are making clay mugs. We are revisiting techniques such as pinching, slipping and pinching. Photos to come soon (Need to find a pair of clean hands to take the photos).

Foundation students are creating sparkly seahorses inspired by Eric Carle! We have just enjoyed a trip to Myuna farm and have lots of interesting animal stories to tell. We are almost ready to paint and glaze our clay mice.