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Students attending the Extend OSCH Program continue to make their way around the world, each week exploring the cultural experiences of various countries. The students had a fantastic time learning about Spain, making piñatas, drawing like Picasso and Dali, making tapas and playing popular Spanish games. When learning about Australia, the group baked cheeseymite scrolls, tried their hand at Aboriginal dot painting and played Australian rules football. Finally, in Italy the students made scrumptious pizza from scratch, drew Modigliani-inspired portraits, made Venetian masks and learnt about the Pompeii volcanic eruption.

While the rest of the College was quiet on the pupil-free day, the group at Extend was busy making tie-dyed t-shirts and having a ‘snowball’ fight, with snow made out of cornflour and shaving cream.

We look forward to hearing about the rest of the Extend OSHC adventures!