Posted: Friday, Nov 10, 2017
Author: Adam Pape

Thursday 2nd November saw the annual Rangoli Challenge Day involving students from Year 8 who worked collaboratively and tested their ability to design and create a Rangoli pattern within a very tight time frame of 4 lessons. In doing so, the students learned about the Hindu festival of Diwali, rotational symmetry and various art skills.

The patterns were absolutely terrific with high levels of collaboration displayed in order to reach an end product. All the students listened carefully to the advice given by the members of staff to produce a really high-quality collective installation that was appreciated by the entire Harrow Bangkok community. A special thanks to Mr. Verran, Mr. Case and Miss Puk for their guidance and leadership that allowed this day to run so smoothly.

 

Last updated: 10 Nov 2017 16:31