Campbeltown Grammar School helps celebrate the Picture House Centenary

To celebrate the centenary of the Picture House in Campbeltown, Home Economics pupils in S1 and S2, studied the history of the Picture House in Campbeltown, using the internet and “The Wee Pictures” website.
Pupils found it fascinating to see the huge changes which have been made over the years, taking into account the changes in society and the impact of technology.
Following their investigations, everyone got their “designer hats” on to come up with ideas for a celebration cake for the event.

Ideas flooded in and some common themes quickly emerged. After lots of sketching a final plan was established. This cake is going to be big…and colourful…and unique! It would celebrate the architecture of the building as well as the images that people connect with it.
All pupils contributed ideas and a team of twenty five pupils attended after school sessions to make the stunning centrepiece for the gala event.

Congratulations to all our cake designers and decorators!

1 thought on “Campbeltown Grammar School helps celebrate the Picture House Centenary

  1. What amazing cakes!! Cannot believe they were made by children. They look absolutely fantastic! Congratulations on your success.

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