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Aimed at Key Stage 4 students, our Secondary Product Evaluation Workshops can also be modified for students at Key Stage 3. Based on a unique product handling collection, each workshop is a one hour hands-on session, combining observation, drawing, product handling, investigation, discussion and problem-solving.

Choose from the following Secondary Product Evaluation Workshops:

Mystery Products
Unusually designed products, the function of which is not immediately obvious.

Eco Products
A range of ingenious products showcasing a variety of approaches to sustainability and highlighting the importance of eco design.

Innovative Materials
A cutting edge selection of inventive and unusual materials and applications highlighting the role of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the design process.

A diverse selection of folding chairs to demonstrate different collapsible structures and ergonomic considerations.

A range of modern domestic lighting, featuring functional through to ambient designed products.

Graphics, Chocolate Box Packaging
Innovative product packaging that explores a wide range of graphic design solutions.

Graphics, Perfume/Aftershave Packaging
Innovative product packaging that explores a wide range of graphic design solutions.

A diverse range of contemporary fashion and domestic textiles which highlight a variety of key considerations within textiles design from sustainability through to innovative surface pattern.

  • Workshops take place from Tuesday to Thursday in three time-slots: 10.30am - 11.30am, 11.45am - 12.45pm and 1.30pm - 2.30pm
  • Minimum of 10 and maximum of 30 pupils per workshop
  • Price per pupil: KS3 + KS4: £6.00
  • Price per student: KS5/A-level £7.00
  • Teachers are admitted free
  • Advance booking is essential

We recommend booking your workshop visit 12 weeks in advance.

For more information and to make a booking, email or call Learning Team on 020 7940 8782.

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