This week we feature the “Holy Trinity Chapel” done by Grade 1 students using Pastel colours on white A4 paper for the Art competition held on 28th of July 2022. It was organized by the Student Christian Movement of the Kindergarten, to commemorate the Chapel Centenary Celebrations. They were given 1 ½ hours to complete the task on their own.
The Staff & students of Grade 1 take great pleasure in thanking Mr. Harendra Alwis for obliging to enlighten the students by scheduling two online presentations on the College Chapel via Microsoft Teams all the way from Melbourne, Australia prior to the competition thereby giving the students the knowledge & understanding necessary to face the competition with confidence.
We are indeed very grateful for the manner in which Mr. Alwis took the extra effort in planning ahead with the Class Teachers to identify students that needed special attention & the opportunity to be heard so that interaction with the Guest speaker turned out to be a very special one for them indeed.
After completing this week’s activity, it was enjoyable to hear them talk continuously about the art they made for the competition.
“For me, the chapel looks most beautiful in the morning when the sunrises. I draw that.” – Grade 1 student
“I draw the pillars of the chapel. They are very big, that I can’t even touch them with both hands.” There are beautiful flowers on those pillars. I draw that “ – Grade 1 student
The time & effort taken by the Kindergarten Co-Ordinator Mrs. H.J. Mulleriyawa & the Faculty Head Miss, B.H.M.D.R. Bulathsinhala in organizing this event is deeply appreciated.
Join us next week as we will be presenting our final craft for the year 2022.
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Christmas Decorations – 35th Issue of the Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter
This week we are excited to present you with beautifully decorated Christmas crafts made by Grade 1 students.
This is an annual activity by the Kindergarten students to celebrate the birth of Jesus. It is a collection of seven hand-crafted items each child had done during the 3rd Term which is then displayed in their classes until the end of term.