Mural sends message
BEELIER Primary School has re-launched its ‘Stand Tall’ philosophy with a school mural painted by Year 4 and 5 students.
The school’s ‘Stand Tall’ philosophy outlines the behaviours and virtues that students, staff and parents should observe including educational excellence, citizenship, empowerment and spirit.
Curtin University undergraduate and artist in residence Natalie Bird and Beelier PS visual art specialist Cheryl Hancock helped students design and paint the mural inspired by artist Romero Britto.
“Our purpose is to empower students to reach their potential and strive for academic excellence, to stand tall in the face of life’s challenge, to successfully contribute to society and to find purpose, meaning and happiness in life,” Ms Hancock said.