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'All dressed up' and ready for the catwalk

On Wednesday 8th January all students from Year one came dressed in their International dress or national colours.

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Our students (who come from all over the globe) shone and shimmered as they took to the catwalk and showed off their outfits to their friends.

With boundless energy and enthusiasm the models twirled and posed for the cameras to the envious audience.

The students gave numerous suggestions about how they could group their outfits ranging from country and colour, to the type of accessories they had.

Our students were also keen to give details about where they are from and the reason behind their outfit choice.

Later in our IPC unit 'All dressed up' students will get the opportunity to design and make their own outfits and be inspired by clothes from other countries and cultures as part of our exit points.

An exciting few weeks are in-store for the future 'Louis Vutton and Guccis'. Watch this space...

Henry W Guyler

Year 1 Sharks Teacher

Year Level Leader

Assistant Head (Dąbrowskiego Campus)