Pupils’ art­work goes on show

Southern Telegraph - - NEWS -

A col­lec­tion of art­work by gifted and tal­ented Rock­ing­ham Beach Pri­mary School stu­dents went on dis­play at the Gary Hol­land Cen­tre last week.

Built on the theme of The Green Man, the in­au­gu­ral ex­hi­bi­tion of work by stu­dents from years 3- 6 was opened by South Metropoli­tan MLC Aaron Stone­house.

The ex­hi­bi­tion opened on Tues­day, De­cem­ber 18 and ran un­til Satur­day, De­cem­ber 22 and Rock­ing­ham Beach Pri­mary School vis­ual arts teacher Sian Roberts said stu­dents worked hard through­out term four to pro­duce the out­stand­ing pieces.

“They were frankly too good to send straight home — we couldn’t help by share them with a wider au­di­ence, thus the dis­play,” she said.

Mr Stone­house praised the ini­tia­tive and said his only re­gret was none of the pieces were for sale.

“It’s great to see Rock­ing­ham Beach Pri­mary School en­gag­ing with the wider com­mu­nity in this way,” he said.

Front: Tahj Robe­son, Pippa Owens and Kate Owens. Back: prin­ci­pal Jac­qui O’Don­nell, Aaron Stone­house and vis­ual arts teacher Sian Roberts.

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