Scalerule – Design Your Own Pavilion

Community | Young People Activities

Know some budding designers or engineers in yr 9, 10 or 11? Scalerule – Design Your Own Pavilion is an opportunity for young people to explore their interest in architecture and planning

Scale Rule – Next Generation Design programme involves free workshops and building a pavilion! 

Remember, the deadline is 2nd February to apply

The benefits

The Next Generation Design workshop and construction is a fantastic opportunity. It aims to help young people from diverse backgrounds do the following through workshops (15th and 16th Feb) and building (15th and 16th May):

  • to develop an understanding of what architects and engineers do
  • to consider new careers and choose A-levels to match
  • to gain experiences for your personal statement
  • to have a fun and creative weekend!

 It’s supported by design professionals and you can apply in a team or get matched with others. More info can be found here: 

Registration and school information

·         Registration: open until Feb 2nd 2020 via the website

·         Schools: for more info please contact:

Scale Your Own Pavillion Poster

Disclaimer: WISE16 cannot be held responsible for any event changes or cancellation. We strongly recommend to check with the organiser if you have any questions, especially for those events which require paying a fee.

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