Sixth Former Caricatures…for assembly


One of my favourite KEGS assemblies was the one delivered to Year 12 early in the Sixth Form. The Sixth Form team used these caricatures to explore and anticipate various issues.  I’ve been given permission to share them from my former colleague Helen Wiltshire, Deputy Head and art teacher who drew them.

The powerpoint version is here: Caricatures


The Rule Flouter: Too cool for school.  The students who challenge you to challenge them… every day!  They take but do not give. Exhausting! Less grown up than they’d like to think;  not people you want to ask to do interesting things or give extra time to.  Is this a person you want to be?  Most people don’t – but it is a choice.


The Ostrich.   The messages are heard but ignored; things pile up; dead-lines loom; problems get bigger – and things don’t get done. Homework, UCAS, essays, difficulties with certain…

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