This fortnight the students at St Emilie’s had the wonderful opportunity to display their weeks of hard work and learning discoveries in our India Expo in the hall on Wednesday.
It was a really special evening where our year 6 guides were able to take visitors through the distinctive learning opportunities and cultural understandings that we have studied this term.
Jordan explaining Gond Art
Marc and Connor showing off our Indian Elephants
Chelsea and Alessia teach us about Hindi prayer mats.
Lillian and Shania show off the Pre-Primary 3-D version of the folk tale”Rama, Sita and the Demon King!”
Rachel shows us the children and what place in the world they are from.
Georgia and Isabella were “a-light” with information about the Diwali candles, and full of fun facts about this important festival in Indian culture.
Shenae, Shanice and Cara were informing people about Henna designs and the Kindy children’s family history.
Jordana and Gigi were full bottle on the marvellous Mother Theresa and her impact on the poor and poverty stricken in India.
Ethan and Alex’s display show they year 5 efforts of images with powerful words to evoke change in India and its society.
Maddy and Anisha were proud to show off the Year 2 efforts of the national bird of India- the Peacock!
Tomos was proud to discuss the heritage of families within St Emilie’s and where they came from.
we were very fortunate to have Maneesha Freeth with two of her friends who gave beautiful detailed and delicate henna Tattoos to our students.
Mrs Aroozoo and our students in Indian Dress.
Close up of the detail in our Dhurrie prayer mats.
Lara and Chido teach us about Rangoli art and its importance in Indian festivals and Diwali celebrations.
We were busy all night with families coming through to appreciate our learning.
The beautifully detailed year 6 henna masks.
Bringing the Australian Curriculum to families has been a wonderful experience for us all!