Danc­ing stu­dents make their mark at school

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Mata­mata Pri­mary’s two new­est stu­dents have span­ners for el­bows and are made of dis­carded farm im­ple­ments.

The two life- sized stu­dents, which have been sculpted out of do­nated scrap metal, were un­veiled at a gar­den party at the school on Thurs­day.

The two danc­ing chil­dren were mod­elled on Mata­mata Pri­mary School stu­dents Mol­lie Al­li­son and Jonny Swap.

The sculp­ture was made by Te Aroha artist Adrian Wors­ley and the metal do­nated by lo­cals.

The school also cel­e­brated the land­scap­ing of the gar­dens with recorder ren­di­tions and a kapa haka per­for­mance.

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