“Chalk drawings spotted in the schoolyard of a small rural school in Australia. Drawn on an old chalkboard by the principal over twelve years ago.”
Tags: Australia, chalk board drawings, school, we love you so, Where The Wild Things Are
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What school? Where in Aus? Awesome!
It’s from Darraweit primary school, in Victoria. It’s tiny and only has about 40 students at the moment.
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