Earlier this month the Art Department organised for our Year 11 photography students to travel to London for a location shoot in preparation for their controlled assignment (exam) at some of London’s most inspiring train stations. We arrived at Euston where there was ample opportunities for students to capture interesting photographs of the crowds and movement around the station. We then went on to St Pancras International where we were able to experiment with some creative photography involving the architecture of this iconic building. We continued exploring architecture at Westminster station which offers an austere combination of concrete and stainless steel in the ‘deep-level station’. We were all very inspired and can see why it has won architectural awards and has been proclaimed a design icon.
The trip was a great success and the students have plenty of resources to support them as they work towards their final exams.