As part of our PHSCE work in Class 10, the pupils have been learning how to give clear instructions, as well as being good listeners. Working in pairs, we set the task for one class member to draw a simple image on a piece of paper. We then had to describe to our partner what we could see in front of us, without letting our friend see the original images. The challenge was for both partners to draw an identical image, using clear instructions, and careful listening. Particular attention was paid towards adding in as much detailed description as possible. Rather than simply say, “draw a boy,” the pupils extended their vocabulary to give instructions such as “draw a tall, thin boy who has long hair.” The end results from this artistic exercise were spectacular!