McDougall Kindy knits community together with CD weaving project

Emeline Harper (left) ,4, Max Donovan,4, Carissa Lowe,4, Moss Denton-Giles,4, Piper Kulmar,4. Photo: Will Russell www.communitypix.com.au   d483101
Emeline Harper (left) ,4, Max Donovan,4, Carissa Lowe,4, Moss Denton-Giles,4, Piper Kulmar,4. Photo: Will Russell www.communitypix.com.au d483101

PARTICPATING in a state wide art initiative, McDougall Kindy knitted its community together this week.

The Kindy was one of many across the state that was invited by the Community Kindergarten Association (CKA) to partake in its CD weaving art project throughout the month .

McDougall Parent Management Committee president Rebecca Brockman said their project was incorporated as an activity for its Open Day held on May 26.

“We felt it was a great way to welcome prospective, past and present families and bring them together over a common goal,” she said.

“We wanted to create something that was visually impressive and a wonderful example of the what the wider kindergarten community has to offer.”

The CKA will collate the works from each participating Kindy into a large-scale public display early next year.

As a separate initiative, McDougall is also exploring the possibility of a public display of the CD’s within the South Perth area.

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