Friday, 23 June 2017

Matariki Celebration

Kapa Haka at Assembly
Ngā mihi o Matariki! 

Today, we had a Matariki celebration! What a celebration it was! Every student from the school chose an activity (Craft, Cooking, Dance, Music, Movie-making, Sport). Students were then organised into groups of 20. Each group had students from Year 1 through to Year 8.

In Room 10, students were creating a mural using pastels. After assembly, students planned their art on paper:





They then transferred their designs onto these pieces of card.




Everyone managed to complete their artwork by the end of the day! However there is still have one final step! We need to stick all of the art together, to create the finished product! Watch out for a post about the finished mural, next week!

4 comments:

  1. Kia ora Pt England School artists,
    I can't wait to see your completed Matariki mural. I am very impressed by the designs and the colours used on your artwork and am sure it will be an amazing mural. It is great to see so many schools celebrating Matariki. I really like how you had lots of different choices on how you could spend your day. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
    Ngā mihi
    Tania

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  2. kia Ora Pt England school you guys are artist love matariki stuff and you kapa haka.That made me think about a time that i was drawing a matariki drawing.Maybe you could use a little more sentences. You can check out our blog at wesley primary school .blog .nz

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  3. Talofa pt England. You guys did sure make some AMAZING art. I really liked how the kids where doing there own design about Matariki. it really inspired me. It reminds me of when i was in room 9 and we did our own designs to. maybe next time you could make sure you wrote the tutorial properly and clearly. If you like to see my learning, check this out http://wpsanaseinii.blogspot.co.nz/

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  4. Hi Pt England school my name is Losaline I am a year 6 I am a student in room 3 at Wesley primary school.I really like the way you guys calibrated matariki. It remains me of the time how I did something based on matariki. Maybe next time you can come to my school and teach us how to do it.If you will like to see my learning my blog is http://wpslosalinek.blogspot.co.nz/

    log you later

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