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THLHS Archibull regional finalists

The Henry Lawson High School have done it again, securing the regional finalists title after the official Judging of their Archibull entry last Tuesday at the Grenfell Library. Pictured here are Principal Margaret Carey, Science Teacher Mr Brad Robinson and Art Teacher Mrs Jillian Reidy with official Judges Lynne Strong and Wendy Taylor, student presenters were Sarah Knight, Paige Hughes, Abbey Joyce, Ebony Meier, Jess Pereira and Andrew Knight.Year 7 and 8 students from The Henry Lawson High School have taken part in the ART4AGRICULTURE Archibull Prize competition.
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The competition is an innovative and fun program which provides student participants with opportunities to meet young farmers and engage in genuine farm experiences, gain knowledge and skills about the production of the food they eat, fibres they use and the environment they live in.

The Archibull prize is an integrated program that has engaged primary and secondary school students in agricultural and environmental awareness through art, creativity, design and teamwork. The students were provided a blank, life sized fibreglass cow to create an artwork on which had to be based on the theme “What does it take to feed and clothe your community for a day sustainably?”

The Henry Lawson High School students went about creating their masterpiece with the help of teachers in the Art, Agriculture, Geography and Science Departments among others. THLHS students done a brilliant job in creating a Merino Ram from their blank cow model by cutting off the original horns and making larger curved Merino horns among a fabulous myriad of other designs and sculptures to depict the environment they live in.

On Tuesday November 4th student representatives, Sarah Knight, Paige Hughes, Ebony Meier, Abbey Joyce, Jessica Pereira and Andrew Knight, presented their Merino to the official Judges Lynne Strong and Wendy Taylor at the Grenfell Library. The students each took turns to explain their masterpiece, they all spoke articulately and were very thorough. Students were assigned different areas to create the Merino which included many different local subjects such as our Aboriginal heritage, Wool exporting, Henry Lawson – Grenfell’s famous son, Gold Hooves to represent the Grenfell Goldfields, Wool trails, soil fertility, prescription farming, and the whole process of creating wool from the time the sheep are shawn in the shearing shed to the end product of Woollen clothing and products etc representing their local environment and history.

Official Archibull Judges, Lynne Strong and Wendy Taylor visited Grenfell on Tuesday to veiw and judge the entry from The Henry Lawson High School year 7 and 8 students, pictured here are students Sarah Knight, Paige Hughes, Abbey Joyce, Ebony Meier, Jessica Periera and Andrew Knight presenting their project to the judges.

The students were accompanied on the day by Principal Margaret Carey, Head Science teacher Brad Robinson and Head Art Teacher Jillian Reidy who was pivotal in providing support to the students when creating ideas for their entry. The judges were impressed by the students excellent presentation and the concepts they used in their design keeping within the competition theme, after the presentation and official photos were completed the Judges announced that the Henry Henry Lawson High School entry had been successful in becoming Regional Finalists. Congratulations to all involved on this wonderful achievement. The finalists Judging will take place in Sydney on November 17, best of Luck to THLHS Students and Staff.

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