It could be flowers, it could be breakfast in bed, it could be a nice meal at a restaurant, but whatever it is, a surprise is always a great gift for mum on Mothers’ Day. This year the students followed a tried and tested process of creating that special surprise. The results can be seen in the images below, but in essence the students used measurement, learned woodworking skills, manipulated images and developed patience and care in a creative process. By following the process, and by taking a level of care some of the students had never experienced, a photo of the students was transferred to a piece of wood which was finally sealed when complete. As you can see, the results were great and I’m sure the mums enjoyed their lovely surprise.