Student Artworks

Students have weekly art lessons in our Art Room with Ms Rowell.

Donations of jam jars, yogurt pots, cereal box cards and foil sweet wrappers (anything shiny!) are greatly appreciated.

Room 2 Christmas Baubles

Room 2 students used pencil, sharpie and poster paint to create their bright Christmas bauble paintings! They drew around circular objects making sure the shapes overlapped before adding the top of the bauble! Happy Holidays!

Room 8 Singing Art

Our students love singing so Room 8 have been painting their own singing students! They used pencil, sharpie, poster paint and tempera paint. Drawing the treble clef symbol was quite challenging but they've done it so well!

Room 7 Koru Collages

Room 7 have been creating Koru collages! Students were given a template and asked to choose a theme for their Koru. They could either cut or tear the paper from magazines before creating their design.
"The koru is a spiral shape based on the appearance of a new unfurling silver fern frond. It is an integral symbol in Māori art, carving and tattooing, where it symbolises new life, growth, strength and peace."

Room 8 Tea Cup Art

A bright idea came into Alice's head. "Is that the reason so many tea-things are put out here?" she asked. "Yes, that's it," said the Hatter with a sigh, "it's always tea time." From “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll.
Room 8 used pencil, sharpie and oil pastels to decorate their tea cup. Some students chose to fill their tea cup with coffee or hot chocolate with added marshmallows!

Room 8 Symmetry Patterns

Students used the letters of their name to create reflection symmetry patterns, they could chose either one or two line symmetry. They used pencil crayons to colour in and felt pen to outline their design.

Room 3 Ladybugs

Room 3 created a collage using coloured paper to show the ground and the ladybugs hidden in the grass. They added the ladybug details using a sharpie.

Block Art by Rooms 2 and 8

Students worked together to create this art piece by decorating cubes and joining them together in a wall.

Room 2 Fluro Flowers!

Students cut out circles from fluorescent paper, overlapping them to create the middle of the flowers. They used pencil and sharpie to add details like petals and bees.

Year Six

The students used pencils, sharpies and oil pastels to draw liquorice.