Lower IV’s Continent Carnival


Lower IV students showcased their Continent Carnival Project with a wonderful celebration in the Hardcastle Hall last Friday. It was an opportunity to see their wonderful wearable sculptures, continent research and to dance the conga!

The highlight of the event was the incredible wearable sculptures created by the students themselves. As the festivities started, the students were buzzing with excitement. Dressed in their sculptures that represented animals and cultural patterns, theft paraded through the school, displaying their work with great pride. From African animal designs to Asian inspired patterns, each piece told a unique story.

Music played a central role in the celebration, with beats and melodies from around the globe filling the air. Mrs Barrett led the conga line that brought everyone together!

The Continent Carnival Celebration was a great way to share Lower IVs super work with the school community.

Well Done Lower IV!

Art & Design Team

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