“Oh! I know what will be a good idea” I said with great gusto.
The School had recently had a new extension built, a very impressive reception area, light and airy. A newly built staff room had left the old staff portacabin to a fate of
STORAGE USE ONLY.
“No way hosé! Let’s turn it into an art studio” I declared.
So before you could say ‘Jool’s Annual Hootenanny’ I had written a proposal for the vacant portocabin to be transformed into an art studio, complete with kichenette and kiln. The proposal was handed in time for the School Governors meeting.
After a tense pacing up and down, fingernails bitten a BIG thumbs up to the proposal was announced.
Smiles all round ensued and after a small moment of quiet contemplation I suddenly realised the enormity of my actions.
In this blog I intend to document the setting up of this art studio within the School grounds, the comings and goings, ups and downs and how it will hopefully benefit not only the school children but also the community that surrounds it.