30 April 2013

As part of the CDT curriculum, ‘Architecture Workshop’ once again visited the School to work with boys in Years 2, 4 and 6. The aim of the 3D workshop was to give the boys some open ended problem solving, where group work was encouraged to construct some large scale structures.

Year 4 studied the structure of bridges and used wooden dowel and rubber bands to make trusses. Whether a suspension bridge or a simple beam bridge the boys had to display their group work for others to admire. The results were spectacular with some structures reaching to a great height. Other more intricate designs were built on a smaller scale but all were proud of their achievements.

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