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Miss Hoban/ Howieson’ s Higher class have been investigating, researching and reporting about specific Metalwork processes. In small groups the class were assigned a different process and have created individual powerpoints to explain the process to their peers. All presentations … Continue reading
Miss Hobans class have just completed a storyboard each as part of their SG folios. A massive amount of effort and creativity has gone into these as the results show and are proving difficult to judge! To help, the class … Continue reading
A fond farwell to Mr. Thompson who departed for the skies over Midlothian last week.
The 4th years (nearly 5th years) have been modelling their Lego models in Inventor recently. Here are a few examples of their work, more will be appreaing on flickr soon.
S4 have been busy working on the start of their Thematic Presentation for Higher Graphic Communication. This is a series of drawings based around a single artefact. This year we are working on small Lego models. The pupils have to … Continue reading
Part of the Product Design course is learning about different materials and processes, one process that you will learn about is used in the manufacture of Lego bricks. This article gives an excellent description of the process with photos. See if … Continue reading
Mr Meldrum’s 2nd year Graphic Communication class have been working hard on a pencil rendered bottle. This work will be included in the folio which they submit at the end of their Standard Grade. You can see more by following … Continue reading
S4 have been designing some controllers for a games console. Some of them are still in construction, but as part of their evaluation they’d like to know what people think of the aesthetics. Please take a look at the photos … Continue reading
Mr Meldrum’s S2 Craft and Design class are completing weekly homework exercises to build up their knowledge and understanding. These exercises are being made available on the S2 Craft and Design pages as they are given out, so far there … Continue reading