Sacred Heart Primary receives Shire of Mundaring grant for artwork


P&F Treasurer Fiona Cerbe with Sacred Heart Primary School students James Conn, Dominic Gianni, Heather Purchase, Mackenzie Flack, Shire President David Lavell and art teacher Juliette Alcock with the artwork created by Year 6 students and partly funded by a Shire of Mundaring Quick Grant.
P&F Treasurer Fiona Cerbe with Sacred Heart Primary School students James Conn, Dominic Gianni, Heather Purchase, Mackenzie Flack, Shire President David Lavell and art teacher Juliette Alcock with the artwork created by Year 6 students and partly funded by a Shire of Mundaring Quick Grant.

A MUNDARING primary school is sporting some colourful artwork thanks to a local shire grant.

Sacred Heart Primary School was recently awarded a Shire of Mundaring quick grant of $500.

The grants are designed to help community groups with training, equipment or activities that benefit the community.

The school’s Year 6 students created splashback artwork under the guidance of art teacher Juliette Alcock.

The paintings were then collated, printed and installed on a wall between two acrylic sheets.

“The effect is very powerful and will be a great legacy by these students for others to enjoy,” Shire President David Lavell said.

The art was installed in the undercover area earlier this month and organised through the school’s P&F Association.

“This is a fantastic example of how a small grant can go a long way to make our community such a great place,” Cr Lavell said.

Quick grant rounds run twice a year.

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