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Design a Community Centre

Overview

In this lesson pupils will consider the varying needs and interests of a range of fictional characters and design a community centre and activity programme that matches their requirements.

Pupils will also produce a leaflet that should attract users to their community centre and compose a set of rules that users must follow.

This lesson concludes with the opportunity for pupils to present and evaluate their classmates’ designs.

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