Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Empty field filled with possibility!


The bulldozers are rolling. . . and although this is not the most inspiring photo (!) from the Caribbean it does show the masssive progress being made on the groundworks at the John Gray Campus - I'm out here regularly helping with what is surely one of the most exciting makeovers of an educational system anywhere in the world. The new schools are wonderfully 21st century, and will be simply a delight to learn and teach in. But most importantly they are agile enough to cope with tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. As Rick Dewar of architects owP/p commented "These buildings, as much as any school in the world, will allow endless change in future teaching styles"

And there are three all building at once - to keep up with all this visit the Cayman Island's blog of the action

I am proper excited as the whole Cayman Campus project takes shape and as the world watches this corner of the Caribbean. Makes this flat field of dirt and and dust quite thrilling doesn't it?.

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