Congratulations to our amazing Wakakirri team of students, teachers, and parents. Your skills in dance, drama, public speaking, art, hair, make-up, stage-handing and so much more were essential in getting us there. This year, we earned awards for participation, public speaking, the spirit of Wakakirri, and the social media competition for our week – what a buzz!
Extended cut: includes video of our performance and speakers:
Highlights: photos only
On Thursday, September 19, Belmore South Public School celebrated our Multicultural Day and Creative Arts Exhibition for 2013. It was a fantastic opportunity for our amazing school community of staff, students, caregivers, family and friends to come together and celebrate some of what makes us special.
The celebrations began with an art gallery, consisting of a spectacular array of two and three dimensional artworks designed and created by individual students, as well as some collaborative works from local artists, student groups and some staff members. Many of these artworks also included an interactive or technological component such as the use of QR codes to link to relevant background information, student commentaries, and behind the scenes images of the creation of the artworks. (Some class examples: K-Darling, K-Swan, S1-Comet, S2-Mississippi, S2/3-Amery)
The day continued through to a delicious multicultural feast prepared and served by our dedicated parent and community volunteers, with hundreds of people savouring the delights available. The culmination of the days events was a performing arts extravaganza, with song and dance from several cultural groups from our school including our Greek and Arabic community language students, and Pacific Islander dance groups representing nations such as Tonga, Samoa, and the Cook Islands.
Some highlights of the celebrations can be found here, and also check out the image gallery below.
Thank you to everyone who made this day possible!
On Saturday 25th August, the school band had their very first performance on a public stage!
They performed Latin Magic and Bring On Da Band in front of thousands of people.
Congratulations on a fabulous performance.
A Growing Garden Dance by Stage 2 Rin from their Assembly with lots of parents there to enjoy the show!
A visit form the Navy Brass Band. We all enjoyed their show.
Stage 3 Hogwarts had their first Assembly for the year. They told us a bit about their name “Hogwarts” which is the School for Magic in the Harry Potter books. They are thoroughly enjoying reading the 2nd Harry Potter book.
Can anyone tell me the name?
Then 3 Hogwarts showed how they can co-operate to make the Machine work.
Our Stage 3 can move pretty well also. They are also great at holding the beat.
This dance was inspired by The Soccer World Cup held in South Africa.
The students made their own gourds and masks.
After our talented students had performed for the whole school we were all treated to this surprise!!!
Our stars provided the entire school with an entertaining morning.
What an evening of entertainment provided by all our students from Kindergarten to Year 6.
The Choir performed under the direction of Mrs Klose.
Diala and Lucas delivered some corny and some cleverly scripted lines!!! (Mrs Klose)
Kindergarten were as cute as the animals they portrayed.
Stage 1 obviously enjoyed dancing, singing and moving.
The Stage 2 response song involved everyone in the song.
Congratulations to our drummers and Ms Stavrou . . . WOW.
The Dance group moved beautifully and the Stage 3 WAKA dancers and percussion were excellent.
Our guests enjoyed themselves and asked that you all be be told how amazing you are!!!!!!!