We can come into your school or college and deliver a talk to your pupils/students (usually during Assembly for schools) on the subject of ReUse or MIY, using real examples from our database. This is a fun and informative talk, usually involving images of the process as well as real examples of the finished ReUse Products. The talk can last anywhere from half an hour onwards, but we would discuss this with you prior to confirming the booking.

In addition, we also carry out half day or full day ReUse and MIY workshops with pupils/students in groups/classes, where we demonstrate and facilitate the making of one or more ReUse Products. This is extremely interactive and great fun for everyone, particularly the pupils. We start with a range of common Household Packaging and Everyday Waste Materials and guide you all through the process of how to Make-It-Yourself, resulting in a completed ReUse Product of your choice, which you can take home with you at the end of the day.

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Udderly Beautiful Light by Nicole Crentsil

ReUse Material: 15 Milk Bottles

Made by: Tigers class, Willow Farm Primary School

Co-oproduct travel to Brighton and Hove High School and spend a day making lots of cool stuff out of Milk Bottles with the wonderful Year 7 pupils. See what the 68 students made with us during our visit here!

We had a great evening at the Future Factory event with our Project Guardian Sarah Turner. Some fab work, supported by NTU's Future Factory (15/11/2012).

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Co-oproduct is very pleased to be invited to exhibit a selection of it's members Reuse projects at The National Centre for Craft and Design, the largest space in England dedicated to the exhibition, celebration and promotion of contemporary craft and design. The exhibition is set up in the Exchange Space on the top floor of the centre and runs until 4th November 2012.

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