Ceramic Pots: Year 11

These ceramic tea pots were created by Year 11 Studio Arts students at Wanganui Park Secondary College.



The students working with art teacher Narelle Baker in their Victorian Certificate of Education  Studio Arts course were challenged to design their own functional tea pots. They were required to make a decision about how to create their design in clay.


The results are excellent and it’s good to see students challenged to work through the processes of design leading to the successful  production of a functional object.


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Students designed their own functional tea pots. They were then required to decide how to create this design in clay. Here are the terrific results and they can be seen on display in the foyer of our school.

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