During the days when the OAaSIS international presenters were here we learned a lot of things. To me it was very educational, fun and entertaining.
During the week when the OAaSIS International people came to St Theresa it was a lot of fun. We learnt a lot of things like the three states of arts.
One of the things I learned that boys should never hit girls and we learned the three states of arts.
Magicians came to our school, and he did lots of amazing tricks.
On the second day Uncle Jermaine came and told us to think positive not negative.
A lot of people thought that an artist was only two persons
At the OAaSIS International workshop series, I learnt a lot from Aunty Stacey, and a man named Uncle Sydney Jumpp. He is employed to Berger Paint.
The three days that the OAaSIS International spent at St. Theresa is worth telling and what I have learnt even more.
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