House of Cards, Carshalton Boys school

Students spent the morning in smaller groups preparing the cardboard modules: this included tracing and cutting around set cardboard pieces, and then making new incisions for windows and openings. In the afternoon, the students used coloured cellophane and tape to personalise their modules. The groups came together to stack and create assemblies of their individual module pieces, combined together to form their House of Cards.


Raphae Memon

Ioana Vierita

Supported by UCL’s Widening Participation