Making a RollerCoaster by Julia Rigby

By Julia Rigby – Freelance Artist and Head of Art at St Hilda’s School Harpenden

KS1 children use their imaginations and sense of fun to collaborate to create a model roller coaster with moving parts.

Getting all the carriages lined up
Getting all the carriages lined up

I love working on large scale projects with an element of collaboration and this project certainly allowed for that. What it also did was to allow KS1 children an opportunity to put into practice their personal ideas and imagination to create a model with moving parts which was then brought together to create something fun with real synergy.

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