Rivers Of The World
Year 8 and 9 students recently made a collaborative piece of art for a project called 'Rivers Of The World', run by The British Council. The project asks schools from town or cities where the river is a prominent feature to take part each year. This year schools from Hull and Reading took part, and were twinned with a school from Kelvin and Reading's 'twinned city'. Kelvin Hall's twin school was Vine Memorial School in Freetown, Sierra Leone. This year, each school made a piece of work about their city, and in 2018 we will share resources with our twinned school, and make a piece of work about Freetown. Our final piece is called 'Land Of Whispering Shadows' and is being displayed on London's South Bank for the whole of September.