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Primary Physical Education: 

Language Week

Published Tuesday, February 22, 2011.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Primary PE Turns Artistic for Language Week

This week Patana has been celebrating ‘World Languages Week’ and activities have been taking place throughout the school.  In the PE department we’ve been developing some art work as students were given the opportunity to express themselves in as many different languages as possible.   Two phrases were chosen and the students translated them into their home language, these were then written onto two canvases.  The phrases were:

Sport For All.

Fit For Life.

Keep a close eye on the walls around the PE office as the ‘works of art’ will be displayed soon.  Well done everyone.

The Primary PE Team.


Comment By Mrs Measures 

I really admire your artistic talents! Wow such a cross curricular PE department!

What a brilliant blog too, even though I am not very sporty it is great to read all about those children who are!

Published on Tuesday, March 01, 2011