Patterns Patterns Everywhere

Patterns have been an interesting and exciting phenomenon for us all. We have been on pattern hunts finding patterns in places we didn’t expect. Read more about 'Patterns Patterns Everywhere'...

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Inspired by Jackson Pollock

Looking at Pollock’s works, we were touching on level 3 of the New Zealand curriculum in visual arts: investigating the purpose of images from past cultures and identifying the contexts... Read more about 'Inspired by Jackson Pollock'...

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Jay's Custom Cruiser

Art in the Park has allowed students to express a variety of ideas through 3D art works. Read more about 'Jay's Custom Cruiser'...

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Student Voice and Student Choice

Visual arts is the focus for the Te Mihi students in term 4 and the teachers decided that it was important to provide opportunities for choice. Read more about 'Student Voice and Student Choice'...

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Creative recycled art

These are the questions Te Mihi students who chose to work in Room 8 for Art in the Park asked as we went on our journey of getting creative through art. Read more about 'Creative recycled art'...

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Room 14’s Art in the Park Journey

Room 14 began its Art in the Park inquiry by brainstorming ideas about why people do art and how people show art. Read more about 'Room 14’s Art in the Park Journey'...

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Zooming into VLN

For 30 minutes a week, these students connect via Zoom, joining similar-aged students from around New Zealand. Read more about 'Zooming into VLN'...

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