With a wonderful group of students recently, we had the opportunity to visit, Iguzzini Lighting, Adel Rootstein's factory and showroom and Tussaud's production studios. What is so interesting about these places is that students have the opportunity (which is open to very few, but very kindly to us in Education) to experience what companies do and how they do it. Students have the opportunity to view exactly how those amazing wax figures produced by Madame Tussauds are actually developed, from original model celebrity all the way through to the final presentation - students are always left feeling that they have seen something which will remain with them for the rest of their lives. Rootstein also take students through the journey from spotting the next 'super model' to the final piece, where they are able then to identify them in most of the windows around the world. Education is such a wonderfully privileged place to be and certainly working for such a famous institution does open many doors. I think students recognise this and certainly feedback from my students has been enormously positive as a result.