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Australian Experts visit 6 Spindle

For International Week, 6 Spindle have been learning all about Australia and who better to share their knowledge with the class than our Australian teachers! 

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On Wednesday Mr. Gibson came to 6 Spindle to explain how aboriginal art is linked with storytelling and music. The children interpreted examples of aboriginal art and created a piece of music that reflected the story being told.

On Thursday Mr. Alderton followed on perfectly by creating some dot art inspired by aboriginal designs and paintings.

“I had a really fun time learning about how the type of music matches the stories and how the digeridoo acts as the drone which sounds really good with the rain-stick!”

Max W.

“Dot art has different symbols that mean different things and unusual colours that have signify special things in aboriginal storytelling, this means you can tell a story with the paintings.”

Benjamin B

6 Spindle want to thank the teachers from around the school who shared their expertise with the class, they have learnt so much about Australian culture this week!   

Thomas Holmes

Year 6 Leader & Teacher