Levin Intermediate’s 11-year-old Isabel Paroli, one of the school's Year 7 students has won the Wall Worthy nation-wide mural design competition – one of two finalists in the
Winning means the school gets supplied with all materials needed to paint their mural on
the side of a school building.
Therefore paint, paint and more paint, plus brushes and other assorted supplies will be
coming Levin Intermediate's way in huge quantities soon.
Isabel says the design is inspired by the fact that Levin Intermediate is a PB4L school, or
positive behaviour for learning, which means they are trying to build a culture of positive
behaviour and learning for all.
Levin Intermediate School's art teacher Kelly Moore says she encouraged her students to
enter the mural competition and that resulted in half a dozen submissions, from which
Isabel’s entry was chosen.