Yesterday was the final day of workshops at Miramar Central School. For the whole day I had my colleague Craig Stevens [oceanographer] from Niwa on hand offering anecdotes about Antarctica and also mucking in and helping with the stapling. It was a fun day [yet again] and instead of making large sections of ice shelf, I had the kids focus on creating bergy bits and growlers – the icy chunks that crumble off ice shelves – little bergs I suppose.
Here are some pictures of the fun:

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I also received some more thank you fan art from the kids. Totally amazing!

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and finally – my daughter Ruby made me a ‘sign’ for the gallery:

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