Year 12 Media Students explore media networks at the Tate Modern

We’re thrilled to share an exciting excursion our Year 12 Media students embarked on recently. As part of their ongoing exploration into the fascinating world of media, they had the opportunity to visit the renowned Tate Modern museum in London to engage with the captivating Media Networks exhibition.

Throughout their visit, our students were encouraged to analyse and critique the ways in which media shapes our understanding of the world, influences our interactions, and constructs narratives that define our collective consciousness.

Moreover, the excursion served as a valuable opportunity for our students to gain inspiration and insight from the works of renowned artists and media practitioners. By experiencing first-hand the innovative approaches and experimental techniques showcased in the exhibition, they were empowered to unleash their creativity and explore new avenues of expression within the realm of media arts.

As a school committed to fostering academic excellence and nurturing the talents of our students, we believe that experiences like these play a crucial role in their holistic development. By engaging with real-world contexts and contemporary issues, our Year 12 Media students are not only enriching their academic studies but also cultivating the skills and perspectives necessary to thrive in an ever-evolving media landscape.

Ms. Theofanous

Head of Media Studies