Posts made in March, 2016

31 March 2016

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Dear Parents

 

Lent ~ Thank you to the children who gave a koha, $97.30 was donated to Caritas.

 

Mrs McKenzie

It is with regret that we have accepted Mrs McKenzie’s resignation to take up a new position at Drummond School. We have been fortunate to have Tania here for the last 10 years and wish to thank her for all her work (especially the excellent art) and commitment to our children. We wish her all the best in her new position.

 

BOT Elections

This year we will hold elections for the Board of Trustees. If you are interested, please contact me for an information kit.

 

Southland Athletics

Good luck to the following children who will represent the school and zone at the Athletics on Saturday: Jordis Belesky, Laura Boniface, Scarlett Meikle, Maia Pickett, Bella-Rose Heads, Charlie Baynes, Kyron Devery, Dylan Hawkes, Robbie Humm, Clyde White, Harris Page, Jacob Boniface and Alex Hawkes.

 

Swimming Champs ~ 10th April 2016

All the children now have notices about this.

 

PTA Mothers Day Gift Exchange

Due to the huge success of last year’s Mothers’ Day Gift exchange, the PTA have decided to run it again this year.  Mothers Day this year is in the first week of Term 2, so we ask that every child bring along a gift each, valued at no more than $5. There will be a container outside the office from Monday 4th April for your child to place their gift in.

 

PTA Uniform Sale ~ Thursday 14th April 2.30 – 3.15 pm in the School Foyer

Also available are brand new girls pinafores. If you are interested in purchasing one of these, please enquire at the office.

 

Junior Sports Day ~ Thursday April 7th ~ 1:30 Onwards ~ Back Field

There will be a parents race, so bring your running shoes!!!

 

Entertainment Book $60

The 2016/2017 Entertainment book will be out soon and we will be sending a copy home to each family on Tuesday 3rd May. Please contact your family, friends, neighbours etc as we would like to sell as many books as possible.  You will have 2 weeks to view all the discounted offers, then either return the book or the money.

 

Southland Life Education Community Trust AGM

To be held Thursday, 14th April 2016, 7.00pm at Windsor North School, Chelmsford Street, Invercargill. If you are interested in becoming a Trustee please make an effort to attend and support the Trust – it’s for the children’s  benefit!  All welcome.

Queries to Val (03)235-8910

 

Please Support Lochiel School

Exciting news at Lochiel School. They have made it into the final 10 to win a visit from Richie McCaw with Fonterra milk in schools.  They are the only school in Southland and are tiny compared to the North Island schools so it would be awesome to get the support of the province. This is a Facebook voting competition and they are trying to get as many votes as possible. You can vote once per day so come on Southland bring Richie to Lochiel. The link is: https://www.woobox.com/753r7m

 

Sunday Mass April 10 at 10.15am.

Please make every effort to attend School Mass with your child as part of Sacred Heart School and its Special Character. 

Children are to wear full school uniform please. Children are asked to meet in the school foyer at 10.15am. Mass begins 10.30am.

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Altar Servers

Saturday 2 April 7.00 pm:                         Emma Brooks & Greta Jones

Sunday 3 April 10.30am:                          Maiya Tagomoa-Kaa & Kate Russell

Children’s Liturgy:                       Maria Baynes

 

As part of an initiative to help families across Southland Catholic schools in providing a rental service for First Communion clothing; it has been asked that any parent who has clothing from their child’s First Holy Communion to donate items for this.

Clothing includes: Girls – White dresses, boleros, veils etc. Boys – Dress black pants, waistcoats and white shirts. Any clothing can be left at the school office please.

 

OSCAR ~ Afterschool care is available in the hall daily 3-6pm, please contact 2189520.

 

Lost Jersey – named Wolf. Please check your child has the correct uniform.

 

The Southland Brick Show  ~  Ascot Park Hotel Sat 16 & Sun 17April 9am – 5pm.

Adults $3, Children $2. Mark your calendar  now. Lego Building Competition, Under 8,

8 – 12, 12 years and over. If your child is interested in taking part in this competition, check out the noticeboard in the junior corridor.

 

Group fitness training starting up on Thursdays at 6 30pm and Saturdays at 7 am at Wallacetown Community Centre, starting Thursday April the 14th. $90 for a six week block. Everyone is welcome! Register your interest with Laura McMillan Personal Trainer, 02040061493 or laura.mcmillan@hotmail.co.nz

Easter Liturgy

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 Class Happenings Room 1

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Invercargill Netball Centre April Holiday Programme @ ILT Stadium

21st or 22nd April $20 per pupil. Children interested can contact admin@invercargillnetball.co.nz or 219-9361 to register.

 

Jennian Homes Mother’s Day 5km Fun Run Walk ~ 8 May 2016

Thomsons Bush 10 am, check in from 8.30 am. Register online before 3rd May @ www.Jennian.co.nz

 

AMP Kids Tryatholon ~ 17 April 2016

Start at Splash Palace and finish at Rugby Park Stadium. For all information about the races, rules, prizes, parking, entries  etc, please refer to: www.southlandtriclub.co.nz

 

Many thanks for your support of the Best Ever St Paddy’s Night

The event attracted 250 and raised $4,500 for the St. Patrick’s Community Groups.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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17th March 2016

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Dear Parents

 

Welcome to Bryden McDonald who joined the children in Room 1 on Monday.

We hope he and his family enjoy their time at Sacred Heart.

 

Many thanks to Robbie Humm for trimming the parish and school hedges. This is much appreciated.

 

School Mass tomorrow – Friday March 18 at 9.30am.

All parents are welcome to join us in celebrating the Eucharist.

 

BOT Meeting ~ Monday 21 March @ 7.00 pm

This is Board of Trustees Election year. Any interested parents are welcome to attend our meeting this Monday.

 

PTA

Congratulations to the newly elected office bearers and the new committee:

President                                    Selina Tagomoa-Kaa

Vice President         Raewyn Winter

Treasurer                                   Donna Holland

Secretary                                    Delwyne Hosie

It was good to see a number of new committee members. The major event this year is our school fair and as in previous years we will be calling on all our parents for assistance in running this.

 

Entertainment Book $60

The 2016/2017 Entertainment book will be out soon and we will be sending a copy home to each family on Tuesday 3rd May. Please contact your family, friends, neighbours etc as we would like to sell as many books as possible.  You will have 2 weeks to view all the discounted offers, then either return the book or the money.

 

Sports Uniform

Due to increased costs we have no option but to increase our sports uniform prices from 1 April 2016. The new prices will be:  Polo Tops $30, Trackpants $30, Shorts $25.

 

Family Works – Cool Families

Cool Families is for families who have basic parenting strategies and skills but are struggling with difficult behaviour with a child cognitively aged between 7 – 11 years with attachment and/or emotional self-regulation issues. Parents and children attend the programme. The focus is “Family Wholeness” and the desired outcome is that parents can parent even in difficult situations. They will learn new ways of dealing with emotions so as to effectively manage behaviour. Ultimately families will have good relationships with each other and can work together to overcome challenges. The next Cool Families is starting on Thursday 12 May 2016. If you would like to take part in this programme or want to know more about it, please contact Mr Forde.

 

Sealion Survey – Sleep, Education and Learning in Our Neighbourhood

Research tells us good sleep is important for health and development. Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) is an umbrella term that describes a range of breathing problems during sleep that affects children and disrupts their sleep. Snoring is a main feature of SDB. Children who regularly snore may be more likely to have problems learning new things or doing their best during the school day.

The Sealion survey aims to find out:

  • How many primary school aged children in our community have SDB (snore)
  • The factors associated with snoring, e.g. is it more common in boys than girls?
  • Whether children who regularly snore are at greater risk for not making expected academic progress than their non-snoring peers.

The University of Otago’s Sealion study is looking for parents of 6 – 10 year old children to fill out a questionnaire online. If you think you might be interested please go to: http://tinyurl.com/sealion-survey or email/phone to request a paper version of the survey to be posted to you. Queries are to be directed to Rebecca Harding (03) 4709476.

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HOLY WEEK LITURGY

Parents and families are welcome to join us on Thursday afternoon at 1.45pm as we share the Easter story. Each class will be taking part in telling part of the story.

WHERE:     In the hall

WHEN:       Thursday March 24 at 1.45pm

WHY: Easter is the most important time in our church calendar and our school liturgy helps the children to begin to know the Easter story. When we involve our senses – seeing, hearing, moving, tasting, speaking …..in telling this story, we are more able to relate to the people and events which took place over 2000 years ago.

 

Altar Servers

Saturday 19 March 7.00 pm:                                     Josh Henderson & Charlie Baynes

Sunday 20 March 10.30am:                                      Anika Winders & Robbie Humm

Children’s Liturgy:                                                      Aletta Reid

 

As part of an initiative to help families across Southland Catholic schools in providing a rental service for First Communion clothing; it has been asked that any parent who has clothing from their child’s First Holy Communion be willing to donate items for this.

Clothing includes: Girls – White dresses, boleros, veils etc. Boys – Dress black pants, waistcoats and white shirts. Any clothing can be left at the school office please.

 

Lost Jersey – named Wolf. Please check your child has the correct uniform.

 

The Southland Brick Show  ~  Ascot Park Hotel Sat 16 & Sun 17April 9am – 5pm.

Adults $3, Children $2. Mark your calendar  now.

Lego Building Competition, Under 8, 8 – 12, 12 years and over. If your child is interested in taking part in this competition, check out the noticeboard in the junior corridor.

 

Waikiwi Rugby Club

Registrations will be held at the Waikiwi Clubrooms, Bainfield Road on Thursday 17th  March from 4 – 6pm and Tuesday 22nd March 4 – 7pm.

All existing and new players are most welcome.

 

Marist Rugby

Any new or intending rugby players in 2016 are invited to a weigh-in/registration at our

Miller Street Clubrooms on: Sunday 3 April 10:30 am-noon and Tuesday 5 April 4.30-5.30 pm. Subs $30 player/ $50 family.  Enquiries to Pete 0274862059.

 

Splash Palace Holiday Classes ~ Swimming lessons for children 3 yrs and up

We also have Boating Safety and Diving (for those who can swim 50m confidently).

Dates available are: Week 1 18/4 to 22/4 or Week 2 26/4 to 30/4. Enquries to 2177506.

 

H20 Dreams Learn to Swim Lessons ~ Term 2 Wed & Sat @ Ruru School Pool

For enquires/bookings, please email admin@h2odreams.co.nz

 

Old Boys Football Club

Pupils interested in playing football this season are asked to check out the notice in the junior corridor for info on registration, subs and contact details.

Class Happenings Room 9

 

This week for writing we have been concentrating on writing a speech, for the interschool speech competition.

We have learnt that our opening statement needs to catch the audience attention within the first 30 seconds, or else the audience will switch off and not listen.

Your opening should either be:
– A personal story/experience
– Thought provoking question (How or Why??)
– Powerful statement

 

Here are some examples:

 

Sheepo! Sheepo! C’mon Rousie fill the pen up.

Righto Ganger. Get away back. Way to go Blue. That’s the boy,,,, easy does it. Noooo, not that way. Get in behind ya Mongrel. Rustle them up in the pens. Oi Rousie shut the gate.  Good lad.

 

What’s so great about dancing? Well I think that’s it’s fun because you can get a lot of exercise out of it and it’s cool  learning new dances.

 

Have you ever thought how a softballer pitches the ball? Or how he or she hits the ball so far? Well I’m going to try to answer your questions so sit down and relax.

 

I’m putting on my wetsuit. It feels like I’m putting on my second skin. Pulling up my zipper it feels firm and tight like I’m in a cocoon.

 

Today I’m gonna teach you some facts about Snow Leopards. So buckle up!

Snow Leopards are sooo cute, they even have there own snowshoes!

 

Life with glasses it’s pretty hard,  there are a lot of things people do, but don’t know that the things they’re doing are really annoying. Here are 5 annoying things people do to others with glasses.

 

We cant wait to listen to all the speeches on Thursday 30th March.

 

 

Colac Bay Classic – Under 10 Push-ins

Congratulations to Robbie Humm who was placed 1st in this event and Ben Bryan who was placed 3rd last Saturday.

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10 March 2016

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Dear Parents

 

Our prayers are with the Downing family.

 

Term 1 Reporting

Parents of children in Year 1 – 3, who have turned 6, 7 or 8 between the start of the year and next Friday 18th March, will be contacted to arrange an interview to review their  anniversary reporting information.

Children whose half-year anniversary occurs in this time frame will also receive a half-year report.

 

Newsletter

I am after parent feedback in regards the frequency of our paper newsletter. With class newsletters and emails, and facebook being increasingly used by many, a lot of what goes into our weekly newsletter has already been sent out. I know parents like the “feel” of a newsletter which I appreciate, but many do not read it judging by the phone calls we get and the number left in the corridors.

Alternatives include:

  • Fortnightly newsletters
  • Web based newsletters, plus targeted school notices when necessary i.e. athletics, swimming etc

Please contact me at principal@shsinv.school.nz and let me know what you think.

 

Achievers board

If your child has achieved in an area that you would like to share with us, please bring your trophies etc and see Mrs Ultee to get photos taken.

 

Sports Uniform

Due to increased costs we have no option but to increase our sports uniform prices from 1 April 2016. The new prices will be:     Polo Tops          $30

                                                            Trackpants        $30

Shorts               $25

 

PTA AGM
~ Monday 14th March 7 pm in the school staffroom.

For the PTA to continue into 2017 we will need to gain new members.  If you are able to attend  please email Stagomoakaa1@gmail.com

 

Craig Smith Writing/Rhyme Workshop (Yr 5/6) ~ Sunday March 13, 2.30 – 3.30 pm

Craig is the author of the well loved Wonky Donkey book and will be introducting his new book at the Teddy Bear’s Picnic (after the Surf to City event) at the Rotunda Queens Park this Sunday. If your child is interested in taking part in this workshop, please obtain an information sheet from the office.

 

Swimming Championships Sunday 10 April 2016

Children wanting to take part in these champs @ Splash Palace, please contact Mr Forde.

 

Drop Off Zone

If you are going to be longer than 60 seconds, please park your car instead of driving around the drop off zone.

 

Pierce Orchard, Roxburgh ~ Fruit Delivery ~ Arrives Thursday 17 March

Parents are most welcome to place an order with Christine. Orders and money must be in first thing on Monday morning. Fruit available this week are:

  • Omega Plums 4kg box $16
  • Black Doris Plums 4kg box $16
  • Fruit Mix – Nectarines, Peaches, Plums 4kg box $20
  • Pacific Beauty, Royal Gala or Coxs Orange Apples 4kg $10

 

Lent is a time of prayer, fasting and almsgiving in preparation for Easter. Lent 2016 begins on Ash Wednesday 10 February, and lasts until Holy Thursday 24 March.

The theme for the Lent 2016 Appeal is Hear the cry of the earth and the poor, taken from Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’  which asks us to protect the planet and its people.

The Lent Appeal is run by Caritas on behalf of New Zealand’s Catholic Bishops to support our work of charity and justice for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable, both in New Zealand and overseas.

This year Caritas focuses on the experiences and challenges of Cambodians living in rural areas. Students will learn about the rich culture and recent sad history of Cambodia, while being exposed to social justice issues around food security, climate change, human rights and land rights.

A Caritas donation box will come around classrooms each day during Lent. And students may bring coins to school for this purpose.

Donations can also be made online. http://www.caritas.org.nz/donate

 

Altar Servers

Saturday 12 March 7.00 pm:                    Kate Russell & Megan Sullivan

Sunday 13 March 10.30am:                      Holly & Caleb Wolf

Children’s Liturgy:                                   Maria O’Donnell

 

The Southland Brick Show  ~  Ascot Park Hotel Sat 16 & Sun 17April 9am – 5pm.

Adults $3, Children $2. Mark your calendars now.

Lego Building Competition, Under 8, 8 – 12, 12 years and over. If your child is interested in taking part in this competition, check out the noticeboard in the junior corridor.

 

The Invercargill Rock n Roll Club is looking for more boys. Beginners’ classes start in Term Two. For more information, or to express your interest, please see Mrs Ultee.

 

Best Ever St Paddy’s Night – Friday 18 March, 7:30pm In’gill Working Men’s Club

Tickets $40 each includes supper, tables of 10, book at the School Office or ring Gerry Forde 021 516 393

 

Waikiwi Rugby Club

Registrations will be held at the Waikiwi Clubrooms, Bainfield Road on Thursday 17th  March from 4 – 6pm and Tuesday 22nd March 4 – 7pm.

All exisiting and new players are most welcome.

 

Marist Rugby

Any new or intending rugby players in 2016 are invited to a weigh-in/registration at our

Miller Street Clubrooms on: Sunday 3 April 10:30 am-noon and Tuesday 5 April 4.30-5.30 pm. Subs $30 player/ $50 family.  Enquiries to Pete 0274862059.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class Happenings Room 8

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All Saints Athletics

Congratulations to all the children for their efforts on and off the track on Tuesday. The results were fantastic and the comments about the children’s behaviour at each event were very positive. Thank you to the parents who helped on the day, especially Scott and Lyla Belesky, the day would not have been as successful without you.

Congratulations to these children who placed top 3 in their events:

 

Age 7 Girls:      Maia Pickett – 1st 60m 1st 100m

 

Age 8 Boys:      Charlie Baynes – 1st 60m 1st 100m 3rd Discus

Jacob Boniface – 3rd 60m

Relay – 1st (Harris Page, Jacob Boniface, Alex Hawkes, Charlie Baynes)

 

Age 9 Girls:      Jordis Belesky – 1st 800m

Abby Johnstone – 3rd High Jump

Age 9 Boys:      Kyron Devery – 1st 800m 1st Discus 3rd 200m

Robbie Humm – 2nd Shot Put 2nd 800m

Ben Bryan – 3rd equal 800m

Tim Richardson – 3rd equal 800m

Relay – 2nd (Ben Bryan, Robbie Humm, Tim Richardson, Kyron Devery)

 

Age 10 Girls:    Laura Boniface – 1st 1500m 2nd 800m 2nd 200m 3rd Discus

Scarlett Meikle – 2nd 100m

Bella-Rose Heads – 2nd Shot Put

Relay – 3rd (Ava Aitken, Scarlett Meikle, Brooke Johnstone, Laura Boniface)

 

Age 10 Boys:    Clyde White – 1st 100m 1st 200m 1st Long Jump 2nd High Jump

2nd Discus

Dylan Hawkes – 1st 1500m 3rd 200m

Josh Henderson – 3rd Discus

Relay – 2nd (Isaiah-Runi Tagomoa, Clyde White, Dylan Hawkes, Josh Henderson)

 

Follow this link to see photos from Tuesday, kindly supplied by the Lyla & Scott Belesky.  https://goo.gl/photos/EzsfUkLpZsXNWUFx6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 March 2016

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in Newsletters | Comments Off on 3 March 2016

Dear Parents

 

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Horn family. John was a past Board Chairperson and will be remembered for his energy and commitment to the pupils and staff at our school.

 

Zone Athletics

These will be held on Tuesday 8 March at Surrey Park. The bus will leave here at 8.45 am. A note has gone home today to the children who will be taking part.

Junior sports will be held next month.

 

PTA AGM

The PTA will be holding their AGM on the 14th March at 7pm. (Venue to be confirmed).
For the PTA to continue into 2017 we will need to gain new members. Every bit of help is appreciated. If you would like to know more about joining the PTA email Selina at  Stagomoakaa1@Gmail.com
Or Raewyn at jerandra@vodafone.co.nz

If you are able to make the AGM please email one of the two above by 9th March.

 

Beware – Chickenpox have arrived in Room 1.

 

Drop Off Zone

If you are going to be longer than 60 seconds, please park your car instead of driving around the drop off zone.

 

The Invercargill Rock n Roll Club is looking for more boys. Beginners’ classes start in Term Two. For more information, or to express your interest, please see Mrs Ultee.

 

Best Ever St Paddy’s Night – Friday 18 March, 7:30pm In’gill Working Men’s Club

More than an Irish band – the Best Ever St Paddy’s night is about socialising and fun with big helpings of Irish humour, fun and colour! To get us going there’s Singalongs with words on the big screen and we’ll see which table can make the most beautiful noise, Irish dancers to get us in the groove then we’ll learn an Irish gig and we can dance our way round everyone on the floor, watch celebrities Mary-Jane Thomas and Liv McBride in an Irish dance-off plus a Fr Ted Skit with references to every priest in Invercargill and a Mrs Brown lookalike contest. Make up a table of ten of your mates, dressed up in whacky Irish costume or dressed to the nines, and having so much fun you won’t realise you’ve even raised a dollar or two for St Patrick’s Community Groups who are helping the less privileged in South In’gill!  Let’s bring all the Catholic schools, parishes and community together to dance, sing and laugh till St Paddy hears us in heaven and wishes he was back on earth. Tickets $40 each includes supper, tables of 10, book at the School Office or ring Gerry Forde 021 516 393

 

Waikiw Rugby Club

Registrations will be held at the Waikiwi Clubrooms, Bainfield Road on Thursday 17th  March from 4 – 6pm and Tuesday 22nd March 4 – 7pm.

All exisiting and new players are most welcome.

 

Beyond the Limits

This term the ILT Stadium Southland are running a 6 week after school Clip and Climb Programme called Beyond the Limits. The children will develop and learn various climbing skills whilst collecting challenge points. The club starts Monday the 7th of March at a cost of $50 per child. If your child is interested in this, please check out the noticeboard in the junior corridor.

 

Swimming Championships Sunday 10 April 2016

Children wanting to take part in these champs @ Splash Palace, please contact Mr Forde.

 

 

 

Lent is a time of prayer, fasting and almsgiving in preparation for Easter. Lent 2016 begins on Ash Wednesday 10 February, and lasts until Holy Thursday 24 March.

The theme for the Lent 2016 Appeal is Hear the cry of the earth and the poor, taken from Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’  which asks us to protect the planet and its people.

The Lent Appeal is run by Caritas on behalf of New Zealand’s Catholic Bishops to support our work of charity and justice for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable, both in New Zealand and overseas.

This year Caritas focuses on the experiences and challenges of Cambodians living in rural areas. Students will learn about the rich culture and recent sad history of Cambodia, while being exposed to social justice issues around food security, climate change, human rights and land rights.

A Caritas donation box will come around classrooms each day during Lent.and students may bring coins to school for this purpose.

Donations cab also be made online. http://www.caritas.org.nz/donate

 

Altar Servers

Saturday 5 March 7.00 pm:                      Fabian & Giovanna O’Donnell

Sunday 6 March 10.30am:                       Jack Smith & Harris Page

Children’s Liturgy:                                   Amanda Smith

During assembly this week we enjoyed listening to Beck and Deo from Maya Music play songs on their ukuleles. They provide instruction for students interested in learning to play. Attached to the newsletter is a coupon for discount if would like to purchase a ukulele. You can find out more on their facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/mayamusicnz/?ref=hl

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Class Happenings Room 5

 

Room five did some wonderful “swimming art” with Mrs Stupples this week. The mediums were pastel and dye. It was tricky imagining what we looked like in the water, having never seen ourselves swimming.

We hope that you enjoy looking at our pictures.

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