Friday, April 3, 2009

Melville Intermediate - Inter-Intermediate Art

On Tuesday 31st March five students from Melville Intermediate School attended the Inter-Intermediate School Arts Day that was held at Maeroa Intermediate. Students took part in activities such as manu tuku tuku (Maori Kites), painting on canvas, and making a rubbish sculpture to name a few! Ms. Wilson who attended the day said Melville Intermediate students were "outstanding in their creativity, attitude and ability to co-operate and work with other." Amos, one of the Melville Intermediate students who attended said "the day was awesome - I learned (about) lots of different kinds of art." The completed art works are to be presented to the childrens ward at the Waikato Hospital. We look forward to being part of this event againt next year.


  1. That is a fantastic artwork, I am very impressed with you use of flax and incorporating Māori designs. You should be proud of your work, the Waikto Hospital is lucky to be getting it.
    Mr Wood - Bailey Road School

  2. HI guys. This is the first time I have looked at your blog and it is fantastic. The work you are doing is great. I am a yr7&8 teacher at Matamata Intermediate and I am really motivated by your posts. Thanks. Mrs C