Saturday, June 10, 2017

Big Draw Day in aid of Sambhali Trust, India

Big Draw Day in aid of Sambhali Trust, India


On 7th June 2017 children and teachers at Grafton Primary School in Islington, London, joined together with parents, carers and other family members to make a single drawing inspired by Indian pattern. The event was in aid of Sambhali Trust, India.

 

Artist in Residence Tessa Garland and teacher Helena Blake organised the Big Draw as part of the school’s annual, Bring a Parent to School Day.  The event was hugely successful with one parent saying, ‘This is the most fun I have had in many years and so great to be creative with my child’.











The school set a challenge to make a drawing 25 metre long but the final length exceeded all expectations and measured an impressive 73 metres! The quality of the drawing was extremely high and showed off just how talented the children and parents are at Grafton School.


To date the school has raised £1335.90 which will sponsor and enable children in Jodphur, India to go to school. It is hoped that links will be created between the two schools so that children can learn more about each other’s cultures.




















Nitsa Sergides, Head Teacher was delighted with the Big Draw and wishes to pass on her best wishes to Sambhali Trust in India.






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