Setting up a project

Choosing a student task

Pupil showing work to Nick Raynsford MP

Designs on Britain 2003
A student shows Nick Raynsford MP her proposal for the Greenwich Heritage site
Copyright: Andy Heading

When an architect accepts a commission they will know what type of building or structure they have undertaken to design and construct and where it will be situated.

In the same way a school student involved in a project should know at the outset and in tangible terms what they are expected to create in relation to what site. 

We have analysed the types of tasks that students can successfully be asked to carry out.

These are contained in the Student Tasks PDF below, which shows examples of student work illustrating different types of task and from a range of ages, sites and areas of the curriculum.

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