Friday, 28 November 2008

Appin and Barcaldine

Morning all, Michelle here. Heading north on a crisp and wintry morning I arrived at Appin Primary, with its cosey staffroom and REAL coffee (what a treat!) and wonderfully enthusiastic young artists.

After lots of thought and careful preparation, the class produced some incredibly imaginative postcards like this wonderful, colourful scene, including jet, cow and waterfall.

After a fabulous hot lunch at the school, including sticky caramel pudding I raced down to Barcaldine which with its incredible playground can't be missed.

With one open plan classroom, it seemed like a good idea to get the whole school invovled and the little ones seemed to have as much fun as everyone else, especially with the two handed drawing.

Young Connor's rather cheery postcard of his dad's boat that caught fire, showed us all that virtually anything could become an interesting subject for a postcard to another school.

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