Artist and Author provide the inspiration…

Wow! This Friday’s celebration showcased:

  • Collaborative collage and intricate computer art. These were in the style of the artist Robert Kushner and adorned the walls of the art studio.


  • A spectacular dance inspired by Oscar Wildes’ story, ‘The Selfish Giant’, which was choreographed by Miss Allison and performed by the talented 4CC.
  • Wonderful writes-including monologues and letters-that were enthusiastically shared to interested adults in 4CC.
  • Divine plum tarts baked by 4CC, under the guidance of Mrs Walker and then devoured over cups of tea and coffee in the café.

    Well done 4CC for all your hard work over the past fortnight. Personally, I thought the studio hadn’t looked so beautiful. Mrs Culshaw revealed how enthusiastically and honestly you shared your writes and learning with an interested adult .Your parents’ comments all praised the class dance. Well done!

Here is some of the feedback from the afternoon celebration:

“The dance was so happy, the children clearly enjoyed it.” Mrs Cattrall

“I really liked the children dancing. The Giant made me laugh. I also loved listening to them reading ‘The Selfish Giant’.”

“I’m really sorry I missed Kristina’s dance, but I think it was amazing because she did lots of practise at home.” Kristina’s mum.

“I loved watching the children do the dance to tell us the story. You could see the passion and love and enjoyment. It was a pleasure to see. Thank you.” Nyiema’s mum.

“Innovative use of technology.  Great participation.  Encouraging children to use their own ideas. Such confidence building.” 

“I enjoyed the dance and listening to Amber get excited over her work. She has really enjoyed the work over the past two weeks.” Amber’s mum.

“I loved the dance they did in the hall and I am so happy with Tia’s work she has been doing over the past two weeks.” One happy mum.

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