Last month in the lead up to Anzac Day, we baked and sold over 300 Anzac Biscuits for a fundraising activity. We made a total of $240. The money raised was used to purchase art supplies, including small square canvases for each student to do a painting. Once the canvas paintings are completed they will be mounted on the walls of the common room at the Robertson Barracks Soldier Recovery Centre to help bring some colour and fun to the walls.
Last week all students did their painting. Students painted all different things, such as rainbows, animals, math questions, flowers, even their favourite food. We were lucky enough to have soldiers from the Recovery Centre join us at school to assist students with their paintings.
We can’t wait to see all the artwork displayed at the Recovery Centre!
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