Disco Duck, by the Funky Birds (Three Kings School)
Disco Duck was nearly late for his own party - he just couldn't figure out to wear! He's not one for loitering in the neighbourhood and has appeared at school just in time for Saturday's party! He's got a nice spot right in front of the stage so when the music is playing, Disco Duck will be grooving for sure!
Patches, by Pinkalicious (Heywood Cres)
Patches, the prettiest dog in the world! She gets her name from her big brown patches but my favourite thing about her is her cute bow and her gorgeous puppy dog eyes.
Furby Boh-Dah, by Furby Wurby (St Andrews Rd)
The Furby lovers planned this for months! Suzie and Abbie wanted it to look exactly like a Furby and did a 5 times scale model. They spent time cutting out the ear shapes and spray painting and varnishing to create their new mate Furby Wurby! We all love him and especially that the ears move making him feel even more real.
Reaper 'n' Ghost, by The Gruesome Girls (Budock Rd)
The aim of our scarecrow was to create two gory relations of monsters. We used polystyrene for the rubbish bin and two white curtains for the ghost and lots of other supplies. We prioritised using materials that we already had.
Thomas, by The Trains (at Three Kings School)
The girls decided to make Thomas as their little brother Cole is fascinated by everything Thomas. They made Thomas out of discarded cutoffs from our renovations and Coles old formula cans and plastic pots. Their was paint everywhere and they learned to putty, sand and even use an electric drill!
PokemonGo, by Pokémon Girls & Boys (Hillsborough Rd & Forbes St)
Inspired by the trasparent image effect of the popular game - PokemonGo, the team designed two giant phones which catch Pikachus. The materials are old frames, transparent sheets and drawings. One is displayed on Hillsborough Rd and the other is displayed on Forbes St. It represents learning technology and connecting our neighborhoods.