Students enjoyed working with our Artist in Residence, Leia Cathleen Donald. They created a beautiful mural that will be displayed in our school. Wet Felting is a method of creating art using wool fibre, water, soap and agitation.. This process is easy, fun and clean! Wet felting works with the natural properties of wool to bind the wool fibres together into a piece of felt. With our expert guidance, students created a colourful, unique piece of art. Everyone was amazed as the fluffy wool was transformed into a solid piece of felt. It's magical!
What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?”
Henry David Thorough
Students continued to work in groups to design their city blueprints. They have completed sustainable housing and essential services (safety). When we use the word “sustainable” we are discussing communities that are designed to reduce the overall environmental impact in such a way that we can meet the needs of the people without compromising the natural environment. Following our research, students accomplished this by:
Room 9 & 11 will be sharing their learning every Friday.