Wednesday, 26 September 2018

IGA Perth Royal Show
School Artwork Competition

It's a bit of a treasure hunt to find Wattle Grove's artwork at the show this year, but that just makes it all the more fun checking out all the creative talent of WA students who entered. You can find most of our work in the Poultry pavilion and Robinson pavilion, as well as a piece in the Cat pavilion.













Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Hope all the Father's and Significant Males in our lives had a brilliant Father's Day.
I know you would have felt thoroughly spoiled when receiving your gorgeous creations.












Monday, 27 August 2018

Thank you so much to the wonderful lunchtime artists who helped create my costume for this year's Book Week Parade.
With the theme, 'Find your Treasure' my gold coin outfit was perfect.
Although there was a lot of pirates 
who kept trying to steal me!




Congratulations and good luck to the students whose art work was selected to represent Wattle Grove Primary in this year's Perth Royal Show. 
The work will be displayed for the duration of the show which runs from 22nd September to 29th September ( 1st week of the school holidays).
This year the Year 2s entered the Cat School Art Competition and the Year 4 and 6 students entered the Poultry School Art Competition.
If you're going to the show, head along to both of these pavilions to check out their gorgeous creations.

Year 2 creations were inspired by artist, Laurel Burch and her Flowering Felines.







Year 4 students made collages of poultry using different papers, some of which they made themselves.





Year 6 students used a wax crayon resist and water colour paints in their Rainbow Roosters.







Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Loving my new kicks!!
Artwork design by the talented, 
Ashley, from Rm 8.
Thanks Ash! 







Tuesday, 26 June 2018

Therapy Focus Illustrations

Classes with students in Year 1, 3 and 5 may have completed drawings that illustrate a page in this year's Therapy Focus Storybook, 'If I Met a Baboon Who Lost His Balloon' by Sean E Avery.

From the thousands of entries, a panel of Therapy Focus representatives will select 100 finalists. 

A VIP panel of judges will then select the 20 winning artworks to feature in the storybook.

The names of the finalists and winners will be announced at the beginning of Term 3.

You can read the story and view some of the artworks in our library window.
Good luck to all our entrants!




WA Week

Our Fantastic art installation grew over the week as students added photos of the things that they loved about Western Australia. 
It was fantastic to see all the wonderful things that make our beautiful state so special.