Sir Joseph Williamson’s Math School is a boys’ grammar school based in Rochester, Kent. The school was named after Sir Joseph Williamson who served as a leading politician and diplomat during the reign of King Charles II. He was first elected as MP for Rochester in 1690. Then in 1701, the Mathematical School was founded in accordance with the last will and testament of Sir Joseph Williamson.
This year a new 11 classroom block is being built, and we are capturing the whole progress from start to finish with time lapse. The video below shows the steel frames taking shape. Time lapse is a fantastic medium to showcase the construction, as well as documenting the expansion. Plus, a time lapse video can be easily shared among students, parents and governors.