You have to love the excitement and enjoyment had by the littlest Rangeviewers.
I was told just today:
“Come and look at what I have done Mrs Geilings. It’s IMPRESSIVE!”
There have been some interesting changes in the art room this year! A ‘switch-a-roo’ has occurred between art and music. Mrs Melitsis is now full time music and the lovely Mrs V (as she is fondly known) is now joining me (Mrs Geilings) in the artroom.
Mrs V is thoroughly enjoying her time as the latest art teacher. Featured above are some of the new Foundation students who are joining with Mrs V in discovering the magic of the artroom!
Stay tuned for more posts on the fabulous art work that they have already created!
Our grade five and six students finished the year working with clay. The outcome was to be a useable mug. What an interesting time we had! The disappointment when the kiln was opened only to find that numerous mugs lay in shattered pieces. But back to the drawing board they went to try again. It was an experience in persistence and resilience. What resulted was an amazing number of creative, colourful and original mugs that were proudly displayed in our school foyer, then taken home and either kept or given away to someone special for Christmas.