Trinity High School


16 July 2015

On Monday 29th June all Year 12 Fine Art and Photography students conducted a workshop in partnership with Redditch Borough Council’s Senior Community Safety Project Officer, James Cooper. The purpose of the visit was to gather vital research pertaining to the ongoing Roadway Arts project, funded by the council, which has commissioned our sixth form to design the art work for two bus shelters in the Headless Cross area.

Our sixth formers, together with St. Luke’s fantastic Year 3 class, visited one of the sites before then going on to explore the local wildlife along an exciting off-road trail. On their return to the primary school our students then lead the younger pupils through a series of activities, all of which were designed to spark the imagination, encouraging them to help brainstorm the set theme of ‘Explorations.’

The creativity of the Year 3 pupils seemed boundless and really offered our students plenty of insight into what local residents, and potential users of the shelters, consider to be the life-blood of the surrounding community and Redditch as a whole.

The next stage for our young designers is for them to create preliminary drawings, or imagery ahead of their first official consultation with members of the Council’s review panel in October.  We would like to congratulate all those who delivered the workshop and thank St. Luke’s Primary School and James for their wonderful contributions to the scheme.


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