This is by far my favourite time of the school year when students, day in and day out, from sunset to sunrise are huddled around a large context model. I can almost hear the chime of the "weeds" song by Malvina Reynolds as students measure, form and glue pieces of chipboard and card to make a house, a school, an office that finally comes together to represent a village, a town, a city. Here's a few fuzzy photos of the recent one by the third year design students. And it's HUGE - it takes up about a tenth of the studio.
shout out to our new Head of School - Dr. Rohan "Kermit" Bailey