During National Reconciliation Week we explored what an apology means to someone. 2D students watched the Sorry Day Speech by Kevin Rudd. The students drew a representation of how they believed the Indigenous Australians felt why waiting for an apology and how they felt after the received the apology in 2008. Some very creative images were drawn.
Hi wonderful Bell Community!
I’m in need of around 30 wood off-cuts that children could hold comfortably in their hands. If there are any mums, dads or grandparents out there, who work with wood and would be able to help us, I’d be very appreciative. If this is something you can help out with, please don’t hesitate to pop into the art room after school to chat to me.
Thank you! Chelsea Kneale
Well done to everyone on their very creative and colourful Picasso inspired mask. They looked fantastic!
Come and check out what the Grade 2s have been up to in art this week! http://bellpsarts.global2.vic.edu.au/2018/04/27/chinese-willow-design/