Hatfield school’s Brazilian adventure
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Hatfield schoolchildren have been exploring their creative sides while learning about Brazil, including its culture and magnificent wildlife.
De Havilland Primary School organised a week of activities culminating in a carnival day, when every pupil joined a collective samba to view the products of their efforts, including origami rainforest animals, and clay sculptures.
School spokeswoman Lauren Walker said: “Our resilient learners have collaborated with classes across the school and produced an amazing variety of mixed media art learning,
“Throughout the week, the children have experienced learning from an array of different skillsets.
“The children have had an absolute blast this week, which has been a roaring success.”
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