Bow School

The Odd Guide Leaway Project

The Odd Guide Leaway Project

Last year a group of  current Year 10 students took part in a project organised by CREATE London to produce a guide to promote a new continuous walking and cycling route connecting Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to the River Thames and Royal Docks, allowing  parts of the River Lea to be accessible to the public for the first time.

The students took part in workshops with artist Gayle Chong Kwan in which they learned about the history of the local area and created artwork that features in the Odd Guide publication. The Odd Guide booklets will be placed in dispensers along the stretch of the pathway when it is officially opened to the public on April 5th.  Guides will also be available in the school reception to all staff and parents who are interested.

A special thank you to the Year 10 students who took part in the project:

-  Tanvir Abdul, Sameer Ahammad, Arman Arman, Ralph Bennett-Richards, Hamza Hussain, Jahidul Islam, Riyadul Islam, Muhammad  Ismail, Mohamed Jama, Abid Kadir, Fahad Kolim, Fatin Labib, Peter McCartney, Saleh Miah, Riyad Miah, Jake Morris, Christopher Motobaluti, Nahid Rahman and Kane Reid

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