Melbourne City Scapes by Grade 6

I am just in love with these Melbourne City Scapes recently completed by our Grade 6 students! They were heading into Melbourne for their city camp so what a great idea to create a silhouette of our wonderful city. The students created their silhouette with black paper and carefully cut around tall buildings, windows and bridges. They then added gorgeous gold and silver papers/pens for detail to their buildings. The background was created with foil using waterbased textas, sprayed with water, then transferred onto white paper. The results are just stunning as you can see! 

Dragons by Grade 5

Grade 5 students have been busy with clay this term, creating fantastic Dragons. This in preparation for Marc McBride, illustrator of Deltora Quest visiting our school for Book Week. Students created their dragon with pinch pots, then added wings, neck, legs, with the “scratch and attach” technique. Some dragons have great texture used with objects around the classroom. Looking forward to seeing these once they are out of the kiln and get painted! 

Ned Kelly Textured Dolls

Grade 5 students really enjoyed making their Ned Kelly doll. Starting with crayons rubbed over concrete to make a textured body, they then cut fabric to make the clothing. The background was sketching of gum trees into printing foam. The students chose the colours green, brown and black to print with. Messy but fun and as you can see very effective. 

On the Move!

Grade 2 students have been looking at all things Transport and On the Move. They completed some gorgeous hot air balloons, which involved lots of paper weaving and smaller vehicles such as cars, buses and planes with icypole sticks. Love the display of them, hovering over James Rizzi inspired houses. Such a burst of colour in our school corridor.







Sailboat Monoprints

Grade 4 students used both water colour paints and acyrlic paint to give the effect of a reflection of their gorgeous sailboats for Summer in Term 1.  A simple fold of the paper and the results were stunning as you can see!


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