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TSK holds Art Exhibition
May 24, 2018, 3:17 pm
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The Sunshine Kindergarten (TSK) celebrated the recent success of their Art exhibition titled ‘In a Land Faraway.’ Children aged two to four years old created individual masterpieces in a variety of 2D and 3D media to display in the ‘galleries’ situated inside the nursery building. As guests arrived, they were treated to a wonderful music performance by the British School of Kuwait’s La Camerata strings ensemble.

TSK were delighted that Dr. Lavinia Davenport, the wife of the British Ambassador was able to attend and officially open the exhibition. She praised the work of the children and how creative and confident they were, congratulating TSK staff providing such a wonderful learning environment for the children.

As the guests toured the exhibition they were immersed in stories brought to life by the art, beginning with ‘You can’t eat a Princess,’ a favourite book of the children. Also present at the opening was TSK founder, Madam Vera Al-Mutawa MBE, Popane Lebesa the Ambassador or Lesotho, and Mr. Anwar Al-Hasawi, the Vice Chairman of the Kuwait Red Crescent Society. Mr. Anwar himself has a wealth of experience in Art and he was very complimentary of the children’s talents.

TSK Principal Heather Holsgrove was proud of the hard work the children and their teachers had put into making the exhibition such a success. It was fitting that Madam Vera celebrated 40 years of Sunshine in this, the 40th year since the founding of the school. She was proud that at TSK, the children were always encouraged to ‘have a go, explore and be ambitious’ in their learning. This is integral to the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum that encourages learning through play-based activities.

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