The images below have been selected from ‘Arabian Journeys Culture Week’, a one week project at Wallasey School, Merseyside, from April 2006. Children were instructed how to work with basic geometric constructions and introduce colour into them. These were then tessellated to create a giant collage measuring 3 x 2m. This was exhibited during an evening performance of Middle Eastern music and dance. Age range 12-14.
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Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Children complete and colour geoemtric drawing based on 12-fold symmetry. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Children complete and colour geoemtric drawing based on 12-fold symmetry. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Children complete and colour geoemtric drawing based on 12-fold symmetry. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Children complete and colour geoemtric drawing based on 12-fold symmetry. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- The completed individual designs are then cut out. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Indiviual design are then placed together on a much larger grid. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Children work together to add colour to the final collage.
 (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Detail of the final collage. 
(April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Detail the final collage. 
(April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Detail the final collage. 
(April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- Artists Mahmoud Al-Hourami and Richard Henry consider the final design. (April 2006)
Wallasey School, Merseyside
- The final collage, as exhibited during the final concert evening. 
(April 2006)