On Tuesday the 14th of March we visited St. Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate Sir Christopher Wren’s 300-year anniversary, a renowned architect and designer who has left a significant mark on the architectural history of London. Chelsea Academy joined several other schools in building a large model of St Paul’s dome, a magnificent structure that has become a symbol of London’s skyline.
The experience was an excellent opportunity for our students to learn about the significance of Sir Christopher Wren’s work, his innovative designs, and his impact on the city’s architectural landscape. The event was a testament to the power of collaboration and community, bringing together multiple schools to work towards a common goal. We are grateful for the opportunity to have participated and for the lasting memories that our students will carry with them.