For ORA pupils at Yarnton, the option to participate in an exciting explosion of colour sounded too fun to miss!
Every student was given their canvas at the start of the session: a plain white T-shirt. Instructed to twist their shirts into small balls, each pupil got to work carefully scrunching their canvases as tightly as possible, keen to ensure they created the perfect tie dye patterns.
Next came the dye, and students were quick to pick their favourite colours and begin decorating their twisted shirts. The results were fantastic; brilliant and vibrant shirts were particularly popular, with some blending yellows and blues with pinks and reds. Others opted to stick to a certain colour scheme, with impressive blues and greens bringing the bland shirts to life.
For their end-of-week party tonight, ORA students at Yarnton meet up with their friends staying at University College for a bright neon party. Check back soon to see all the bright pictures.