Dancing students make their mark at school
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.