- Topic 1
PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS
Our PTA and team of Parent Volunteers who have worked every year group this week to run Christmas Decoration Workshops during lunch times. The children have loved making the decorations and are very proud to see the final result of their efforts decorating our Christmas Tree and the playground.
A very big thank you to the PTA and Parent Volunteers who worked so hard to run this event.
- Topic 2
Celebrating Diwali at Glenealy School 2022
We have had lots of fun learning about and celebrating Diwali at Glenealy School.
Please enjoy more pictures showing the events from the week in this film here.
We would like to give special thanks to our team of parents and adults who have been helping the children each lunchtime to create clay Diyas and Rangoli patterns on the playground.
Wishing all of our families a Happy Diwali !
- Topic 3
GLENEALY SCHOOL MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL CELEBRATION - OUR SCHOOL, OUR CANVAS
“Bringing our Community Together to Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival”
We were thrilled to have been able to hold our Mid-Autumn Festival event and bring our families and community together to start the new academic year in a safe and socially distanced way.
Concept note: Our School, Our Canvas
The Mid Autumn Festival Art Installation Walkthrough was a collaboration between all staff and children, and our community as a whole.
Taking inspiration from a variety of galleries and events which Glenealy School staff have attended, staff and students have worked together to realise our vision; Our School, Our Canvas.
Our School Our Canvas: inspired by Dan Flavin’s Constructed Light, the dialogue between art and architecture.
Please click on the links below to access the photographs, sound files and films which were shared during the evening.
Year 5 and 6 have worked with music sequencing software to create musical
soundscape pieces that have been woven together to create a soundtrack for our Mid Autumn Festival.
There is almost 40 minutes of music that has been created by the students. The works swing from the eclectic, to jazz, to rock, to vocal, to electric styles.
The students' pieces are infused with recordings of the story of Mid Autumn
Festival spoken in Mandarin and sporadically interspersed with Year 3 students wishing us a Happy Mid Autumn Festival.
- Topic 4