More magic on Maiden Lane

Thanks to the tremendous support of our friends at Octink and the dynamo of Amanda and Marion, more artwork created by young people from Maiden Lane Estate was installed  on the Estate last week. If you are in the area, take a look. It’s brilliant !


BBC News School Report at Ealing CLC


Thought out  January and February Ealing’s top young journalists have been taking part in interactive news gathering  workshops at Ealing City Learning Centre . With deadlines looming and the pressure on,  the young people worked together in teams to produce news reports which reflected the days news through the eyes of a teenager.

The workshops formed part of BBC News Report Day which took place on 11th March 2010.

Seven schools took part in School Report 2010. These were : Acton High School,Brentside High School, Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls, Elthorne Park High School, Twyford CE High School, Villiers High School and West London Academy

Capturing Maiden Lane


Over the past 4 months young people living on the Maiden Lane Estate in Camden have been working with the TWC Team, taking pictures which encapsulate the vibrancy and spirit of their community centre. A selection of the photos will be printed and hung in the main hall of the centre, a shared space for all the local community .

More information to follow…

Dates for your diary 2010


Dates for the diary 2010

The work of the Together We Create Team is ongoing.  Here are a few dates for your diary for the first part of the year. If you would like to know more please email or

  • St Lawrence goes Magnetic! – Digital art project for schools Feltham: 7th January – 22nd March
  • BETT – Innovation and Education Show at Olympia:  13th – 16th January
  • Wii-lympics workshop dates for schools in Hounslow:  18th Jan – 9th Feb
  • National Governors Association Conference:  27th January
  • Safer Internet Day:  9th February
  • BECTA – The learning revolution and the digital revolutionaries conference: 11 February
  • February Half Term 15th – 19th February
  • Fairtrade Fortnight:  22nd Feb – 7th March
  • Camden Fairtrade Schools Conference: 25th February
  • BBC News Report Day:  11th March
  • Click – Photography Project for Isleworth: Mid March
  • IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning: 19 – 21 March 2010
  • Hounslow Wii-lypmics deadline for submissions from schools: 31st March
  • Easter Holidays 1st – 18th April
  • Hounslow Wii-lympics final: 3rd & 4th July

Happy New Year from TWC!


Four Major Projects, Over 2,000 Young People, Two London Boroughs, Lots of Creativity !

*Windows on Gunnersbury*  *Windows on Maiden Lane*  *Make Bake Create- Chocolate Communities*  *Hounslow Wii-lypmics/ The Hots*


Pictures from Make Bake Create Community Day (6th December) and the Hounslow Wii-lympics/ The HOTS Launch (10th December)

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Hounslow Wii-lympics Coming to a School near you!

Hounslow Wii-lympic Logo Proposed

The Hounslow Wii-lypmics is a project designed for all schools in the London Borough of Hounslow; primary, secondary and special schools, created to get young people involved in sport through the use of fun technology.

The children who take part in the project will learn how people become top athletes; how they prepare their diet, how they look after their bodies and how they present themselves in the media.  The children will work in small groups to research a particular area of the athletes life as either the trainer, dietician, physiotherapist, the PR Manager of the athlete itself.  The children will submit their ideas to a judging panel by Easter 2010. The schools that have submitted the best ideas and research will qualify for the Wii lympics final at Hounslow Civic Centre on 3rd and 4th July 2010 , where the team athletes will get the chance to play against other schools.

For more details email :

Fair Trade Chocolate Week & Make Bake Create: What a Celebration!


MAKE BAKE CREATE UPDATE – What a Week : 360 Children, 12 Workshops, 4 Schools, 14 Plus Volunteers, Lots of Chocolate…


It’s Fair Trade Chocolate Week (12th -18th October)  and everyone at Together We Create Towers is very excited! Not only do we get the chance to eat tons of amazing chocolate, this week sees the start of Make Bake Create our brand new interactive chocolate education program.

We will be running workshops in four Camden primary schools this week. The schools involved in the project are Argyle Primary, St Michaels CoE Primary, Edith Neville Primary School and St Josephs CoE School.

Massive thanks in advance to our wonderful bank of volunteers who we have roped into our chocolatey schemes, along with Sara from Dubble, Tom from Fair Trade Camden and Anna from South Camden Community School

It’s going to be a brilliantly chocolatey week. Watch this space for more information!

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News Flash: Launch of Make Bake Create


Connecting Communities with Chocolate: The launch of Make Bake Create.

The Make Bake Create project has been devised to bring together people from across the community with a love that is universal: chocolate!

Initially launched in Camden’s primary schools, the first stage of the project will be chocolate education workshops that will be run in school in conjunction with Dubble and Fairtrade Camden.

In mid november the Make Bake Create Event will be held at South Camden Community School, a chance for all member of the local community to come together to share food, reciepes and stories.

Camden’s chocolate recipes will be collated into a book which is due to be published in January 2010 to celebrate 20 years of Fair Trade.

More details about the project to follow…

Windows on Maiden Lane Launched

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This summer holiday, Fifteen young people joined a project at Maiden Lane Community Centre to create innovative and exciting digital art for their local community.

The project was part of a series of community art projects that have already rolled out across West London. The idea of the ‘Windows on’ projects is simple: give young people the skills and equipment to create artwork which brightens up and enhances their local community.  The young people learn how to take photographs and manipulate the photos on computers using filters and special effects. Once completed the artwork is blown up, printed and erected on buildings within the community. The projects so far have revitalised two derelict buildings, one museum, brightened up an old boiler house and involved over 50 young people.

The Maiden Lane Community Art Project , Windows on Maiden Lane was supported by Maiden Lane Community Centre and Liberal Democrat Councillor Ben Rawlings.  Councillor Rawlings said “Its great to see the young people being really creative. I have seen a few pieces of the artwork and the results are really stunning. This is an excellent example of local children positively contributing towards their community.”

If you think a Windows on style  project would work in your community , contact sarah through

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