We’ve worked hard on this one….!

Slice of Life Challenge #Day30

We’ve been working hard over these past eight weeks to put this together.

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Every student in the school had a hand in painting some part of it.

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Of course, they didn’t know how it was all going to come together and neither did I really!

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Kindergarten classes painted giant flowers and other classes painted a town backdrop loosely based on brightly coloured Russian styled architecture.

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I even managed to include a few owls in a woodland setting.

Last week when the school had to close, I laminated and joined all the artwork up and it started to look promising. I then stapled it as a mural to the outside wall of one of our classrooms.

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Even if I say so myself, it’s stunningly bright and eyecatching! Unfortunately the shine caused by the lamination makes it hard to photograph successfully.

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Now I’m attaching photos of all our students, teachers, ex-students, visitors, anyone who has had anything to do with the school in random places…. it will be a kind of photo hide and seek, because these kids love to spot themselves and others in photos…!

The only question is….. when will they back to see the finished mural?

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10 thoughts on “We’ve worked hard on this one….!

  1. What a great school community effort. I can imagine the smiling faces as students spot themselves and those they know. This will be a great welcome sight when they can once again get back to school.

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  2. This is just lovely! And what a great idea to include the kids’ pictures. You’re right. They will love seeing themselves. I hope they get to do so soon.

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