The Girls’ Choir had a lovely start to 2017, singing ” Scars to my Beautiful”, a song with a strong message that we can all relate to. We are looking forward to a year filled with lots of enthusiasm and beautiful inspired songs.
The Grade 5’s are finishing up their own Marog Monster creations. The monsters were based on a poem called “The Marog”. A wonderful poem in my opinion. So full of imagery. Please see my project blog post on this. The Grade 5’s have used chalk and chalk pastel, rich in colour and potential. They… Continue reading Marog Madness
The Grade 6’s are learning about monochromatic colours. They are using these colours to create a design for a rose window. Rose windows were used in the big cathedrals as decoration. They were big and brilliant when the sun shone through them. The chalk that the Grade 6’s use to outline their artwork will absorb… Continue reading Our Monochromatic Rose Windows
Our grade5’s are doing a poem this term in English called The Marog, written by R. C. Scrive. They read it while listening to it (double input) read by a very animated male voice. We spoke about the colours and then we began to design and then draw their unique Marog. I can’t wait… Continue reading “The Marog” in Grade 5
I am posting the Louries grade 4 self-portraits from 2016 next to their Grade 5 self- portraits from 2017. It is a marvel to see how these children have changed their view of the world in just one year. How they see themselves is indicative of how their observational skills have improved and if these… Continue reading Louries Then and Now
The Kites completed their unguided self-portraits today. Photos have been taken of those who have completed one for two consecutive years. It is amazing to see how our children mature over just one year! I am so proud of them.
Tradition in the Artroom: All of our children do a self-portrait each year.