The school is a place of disciplinary regimes where its pupils cannot resist conforming to the practices of intense examination. The school is a complex space that harbours growth, play, experimentation, adolescence, maturity and sexual development but socially functions to critically impose boundaries of authority over achievement. The psychological invisible structures suppress the body to surrender to the subjection of being constantly tested. ‘Educational Procedures’ makes the body visible to these social disciplinary instructions looking at the social pressure of education in the UK through the structures of spaces in the school institution. The forces of control are explored through the foreboding space that invites certain levels of expectations and behaviors. These large-scale works commands an immersive experience into the psychological structure and obedience of school education. The theoretical images of the lone chair, the whiteboard, the floor markings and the stage steps looks at the controlled experience of school under the constant procedure of examination to measure individuality and to assign their place. The physical endurance of sport and activity does not escape the confinements of surveillance and oppression. The physique is exposed, and placed under observation must perform at its best. The body is trained, classified and ranked according to an order of increasing difficulty where this demand to perform and achieve in a system to define ability exercises power within the social body. The culture of regulation in the pressured academic environment exposes a vulnerability of individual potential to mark failure and success from one another and functions a hierarchy of order.