1M students were creating 'selfies' today but they were doing it the old fashioned way - with pencil and paper!
After reading the Book Week shortlisted book "Hello Lighthouse", Year 4 students used the principles of repetition and pattern to create a beautiful ocean scene bookended by lighthouses. A lot of patience and persistence (and some
Year 5B have been exploring the element of form by making their own 'Magical Tree Menageries'. There are now some very 'Curious Creatures' hanging around the art room!
Our Year 2 artists had lots of fun getting their hands dirty while making their own clay beads for a wall hanging. They then explored different ways of adding texture to the beads and are
Can you see the concentration on the faces of these KM students as they work on their fibre arts project? They have worked really hard on these and are almost finished - just the wings to add now!
Year 6M have been inspired by the artwork of Heather Duff and created their own beautiful images of Uluru. Haven't they done a great job of using the principles of contrast and emphasis to make
On Tuesday 21 July 2020 St Charles' Primary School held a special morning assembly where Indigenous elder Emma Peel, her niece Coral and mother Auntie Denise carried out a beautiful Water Blessing in our playground.
Our incredibly generous St Charles' families have donated a huge amount of food items for the Vinnies Winter Appeal and the school’s Mini-Vinnies Year 6 team thanks everyone for helping so much. These food items
All St Charles' school staff members were delighted to "Welcome Back" students to face-to-face teaching after Covid-19 remote learning programs were phased out. Each student received a special "kit" with lovely items to help them
St Charles' students enjoyed their remote learning activities and were very happy to share them.