Make it! Summer School

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Event Date
2-5 July 2024
Event Time
10:00 - 15:30
Event Location
Ravensbourne University London SE10 0EW
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Solve it. Make it. Share it.

Join us this July, for a 4 day hands-on creative summer school. Work in groups to design a product or service that acts as a solution to an every day problem. Present that solution to a panel of at the end of the week (a bit like that popular TV show) and the best idea wins a prize!

This summer school is open to anyone aged 16+ who wishes to try something new, develop your skills or further your knowledge.

02/07/202410am-3:30pmResearch and Development
03/07/202410am-3:30pmPlanning and Prototyping
04/07/202410am-3:30pmMaking and Refining
05/07/202410am-3:30pmPolishing and Presenting

Who is this summer school for?

Whether you fancy yourself as a designer, producer, creative strategist, project manager or future entrepreneur - this is the project for you!

This project would be great if you are currently studying or interested in: Digital Content Creation, Creative Media, Film, TV, Product Design, 3D Design, Marketing, Advertising, Photography, Graphic Design or anything creative.

You will be working as a group and pitching as a team, so it would be best if you can attend all days of this project, so your group has the best possible chances.

If you are a teacher or careers advisor and wish to send a group of your students - please contact us on [email protected] to discuss this option.

Any questions? Get in touch!

Need to be excused from school or college to attend?

All our projects have creative careers advice at their core and are designed to meet the Gatsby Benchmarks.

Our summer school meets:
- G4 – Linking curriculum learning to careers
- G6 – Experiences of workplaces,
- G7- Encounters with further and higher education and G8 – Personal guidance.

This letter can be given to your school or college to explain your absence whilst attending the Summer School project.