PUPILS from a school in York, have been designing and making their own face masks, thanks to the latest addition to the school’s co-curricular programme.
The Makerspace programme was launched earlier this term by the design and technology department at St Peter’s School.
It aims to give creative pupils and staff a place to gather to work on projects and share ideas, equipment and knowledge.
The co-curricular club is open to all year group bubbles and the aim is to make design and technology accessible to all.
Staff and pupils attending the club can pick up new skills, work with “exciting,” materials and components, and meet with like-minded, creative and inquisitive people, all while following social distancing guidelines.
Mr Jeremy Walker, Head Master of St Peter’s School, said: “Makerspace is a fantastic initiative and I look forward to following…