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Music: TISAC KS1 Arts Day brings students together

On Tuesday 10th October, we welcomed 6 visiting schools to St Andrews International School Bangkok for a day filled with creative experiences and making new friends.

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TISAC KS1 Arts Day

On Tuesday 10th October, we welcomed 6 visiting schools to St Andrews International School Bangkok for a day filled with creative experiences and making new friends. We began with a dance and movement warm up with miss Cherry, which woke everyone up after some long bus journeys across Bangkok! Then the children split into workshop groups and visited different teachers for different creative activities.

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Mr Colin worked with the children to create a big elephant sculpture which grew throughout the day. Who would have thought that recycled materials could look so realistic?

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Mrs. Marie taught the children how to play the Boomwhackers and they learnt several songs performing as a big team. They finished off with a fun game of London bridge.

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Ms Rachel's Polynesian Adventure!

The children took a trip to the land of white sand beaches, beautiful marine life and islands surrounded by miles of open ocean. They explored the ancient art of 'tapa, kapa and messi' making. These textiles are created from mulberry tree, shaved from the bark and beat into a wonderful textured paper. This paper is then printed on with various tribal patterns often involving agriculture, ceremonies, and of course sea life. Our students explored this through the use of Manila paper, charcoal, conte crayon, marker and oil pastels. Their work was directly inspired from patterns and designs from Tahiti, Vanuatu and Fiji.

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Mr. Alexander from Bromsgrove recorded the children playing a variety of rhythms on different percussion instruments. They layered these up to create a full texture, rhythmic piece.

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Thanks to everyone involved for making this a really great, creative, busy and inspiring day for the TISAC children.