Real-world problems generate creativity

By Jamie Watson

Year 8 CDT (Creative Design and Technology) classes have been working on a brief to create promotional posters for the Ute Full of Food program. Using industry-standard practice for the projects increases the depth of the boys’ learning, and it’s great to be able to use their work for vital fundraising initiatives such as this.

These sample posters are by James Semenov and Max Kortge.

Each term, the Ute Full of Food program donates more than $7500 worth of food items to the foodbank at St Mark’s Anglican church in Fitzroy, with BGS the largest contributor for many, many years.

The next Ute Full of Food occurs on Friday 19 May. Please bring non-perishable food items and toiletries for donation. 

By James Semenov