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Hands-on, Cross Curricular STEM Workshops for All Key Stages & Abilities from Reception to Sixth Form, SEN to G+T Our work has been making learning fun for over 25 years We are Specialist in Transition STEM Workshop Activities Visual Aural Kinetic: Making The Complex Simple.
Hands-on, Cross Curricular STEM Workshops for All Key Stages & Abilitiesfrom Reception to Sixth Form, SEN to G+T Our work has been making learning fun for over 25 years  We are Specialist in Transition STEM Workshop Activities Visual Aural Kinetic: Making The Complex Simple.

"I am so glad I discovered you. The workshops are truly amazing!"                             Katrina Donaghy, Monkfirth Primary School, Barnet,  North London

Architecture Workshops Association, Cambridge

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Architecture Workshops are hands-on fun educational activities for all Key Stages and abilities. Designed to enhance the national curriculum and to communicate the art and experience of architecture, art, and design. The workshops help resource the school curriculum by providing pupils with insight into why and how things are the way they are.


In the workshop, the quest for understanding the world around us is a shared experience between workshop presenter 'animateur' and the pupils. Visualising, designing, creating, calculating and analysing are presented through practical activities. Pupils enjoy and learn about the real world through 'learning by doing', self teaching and communicating to others.

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Architecture Workshops
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Nigel Frost 1951 - 2000

A Leading Light In Education

Nigel Frost 1951 - 2000

Nigel Frost practised as an interior designer for several years before entering into teaching, firstly as a lecturer in further education, then as a secondary school teacher of design at Comberton Village College, Cambridge.


He had gained his B.A in Three Dimensional Design from Kingston University in 1972 and then on to a PGCE in 1976 at Keele University. Whilst teaching Nigel carried out his research MA in Design Education at Loughborough University.

He developed courses using architecture as an integrated learning experience for pupils, based on further research he conducted in Scandinavia and North America. He went on to establish the first school based 'Architecture Workshop' at his school in Cambridge.

Through his work at the secondary school, Nigel was instrumental in the implementation of the first 'Architects In Schools' programme for the Royal Institute of British Architects, where he was the first none architect Deputy Director Of Education in 1985. This programme was short lived, as the direction of RIBA education refocused on higher education.


In 1989, together with the esteemed architect Lord Richard Rogers, Nigel founded 'The Building Experience Trust' in order to develop his ideas further. The Trustees at various times, included Lord Palumbo, Martin Laing and Ted Cullinan, with Nigel as Consultant Director.


The work Nigel developed as a teacher and as consultant director to The Building Experiences Trust was to become the basis of many of the workshops on this website.


Most of the workshops Nigel conducted through the Building Experiences Trust took place in 3rd party environments.


After publishing a report for the Arts Council entitled "Architecture in the Curriculm" Nigel saw a wider potential and need for his work by taking it directly into UK Schools as an outside resource.


In 1996 he founded The Architecture Workshops Association with his wife Elaine, who is now the Director of Architecture Workshops.

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