This year the children at Queen’s have visited Tanzania for Global Awareness Week. They have loved finding out all about the wildlife, food, people and places of Tanzania. The local artist Heather Hodgson came in for an art workshop day and the children created some wonderful animals in paint, watercolour, pastels and collage. All their senses were used when discovering some of the fruits grown in Tanzania – mangoes were very popular, guavas and avocado were an acquired taste! The children have made masks and Masai necklaces, listened to wonderful stories set in the African savannah and collaborated in a drumming workshop. A final Global Awareness assembly was held where all their learning was shared and celebrated. Thank you to all those w ho sent in fantastic artefacts.