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We deliver resources, expertise and training to students, parents and teachers in secondary schools throughout the South East.

We are currently engaged in a public art commissioning project for the new Everest Community College in Basingstoke. Scroll down for more information on this project.

We also administer the Basingstoke Arts Consortium, an informal group of secondary school art teachers in Basingstoke, which meets once a term to discuss and share ideas and best practice, opportunities for professional development and discuss changes to the National Curriculum for Art & Design.


Fibonacci Spiral workshop
Fibonacci Spiral workshop


Community Arts Programme to create a unique learning environment for the new Everest Community College, Basingstoke


The Making has been a key partner in the plan to create a unique learning environment for the new Everest Community College and to help to transform the local area and its community.

The Making has worked with closely with the school, Hampshire County Council Landscape Architects and interior designers and the Hampshire Sculpture Trust to create a high profile arts programme with important commissions for new artworks and site specific pieces by artists from across the UK.

Central to the design of the new school are inspiring ‘Curriculum Gardens’. Each garden has a focal artwork, based on relationships expressed using the Fibonacci series of numbers within the themes of Arts and Science, Language and Literature, Maths and Information Technology, and the Humanities. Social areas for community and youth involvement are integral to the project as well as light open spaces and vibrant, colourful interiors.

“This is a prestigious project where we can serve the community through exciting commissions and involve everyone in decisions and the production of art.”
Head Teacher


Everest Community College pupils with seating sculpture by Pete Codling
Everest Community College pupils with seating sculpture by Pete Codling


If you would like to develop similar projects for your school then please contact Education Manager Simon Taylor on 01256 845 674 or

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