Pupils in Construction Club have been busy building their spatial abilities as they visualise and plan three-dimensional structures including houses, boats, bridges and famous landmarks in London. At the same time, the blocks of varying sizes and numbers add up to hands-on learning for mathematics. With each structure attempted and completed, the children have become more experimental with their designs. Once something works, they’ve learnt or discovered new solutions to make it better! Engineers spend a lifetime doing this. Even the most brilliant invention is never finished.