As part of World Book Day, Upper Primary incorporated the book James and the Giant Peach into our topic ‘Down at the Bottom of the Garden’.
In the story James discovers an enormous enchanted peach at the bottom of his garden. After rolling into the sea inside the fruit, James, accompanied by a crew of friendly talking insects, sets sail for New York City.
Lower Secondary had a fantastic and very messy stunning start!
This terms topic for Seahorse, Dolphins and Octopus class is titled ‘Down at the Bottom of the Garden’ and it was introduced to pupils this week with an art day. Each class was tasked with creating natural art work for our Garden Gallery. Dolphin Class have investigated the shapes of leaves, they have painted Christmas tree branches and then woven them through a loom and used leaf stencils to create leaf outlines. Octopus Class followed simple sequences to create beautiful natural shapes in clay they then communicated their preference towards a range of natural items such as pine cones, leaves and berries to create imprints.