Our Students - Year 4 Room 8

To celebrate Harmony Week rooms 8 and 9 learnt about the adinkra, which is a printed or stamped traditional cloth that is made by the people of Ghana, a country in Africa.

The adinkra is covered in symbols which are images that represent something, such as an object or an idea. Traditionally people decorate the cloths to tell a story and to express their feelings.

We had to choose a symbol that has meaning to us to put in the middle of our design. We used black paint and a wide tooth comb to paint the border.

On Friday morning's our Year 4's from rooms 8 and 9 work together. During this time their learning focus is STEM. The student's work in pairs to solve problems using LEGO.