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Creation of a guard that would allow the release of the rider's hand, avoiding wrist and hand injuries when an accident throws the rider forward. Read more
While watching their new school being built mainly from concrete, Michael and Angus became fascinated by this material. Read more
Principal Christina Leach of St Mark's Church School and the Head of PE had asked Tamati to come up with an innovative new piece of sporting equipment suitable for year 1-8 students to use in their small school playground. Read more
Winston was challenged to design a piece of recreational equipment suitable for year 11 boys. Read more
Asked to come up with a new activity for his students within his school environment, Kyle identified that the school gym could be used to play curling – normally an outdoor sport played on ice. Read more
The Mini Engineers is an extension/enrichment group that enthusiastically took up their teacher's suggestion to enter the Transpower Neighbourhood Engineers Awards. Read more
Early one afternoon in Liz Dunbier's year 7–8 class, the students took part in a "Dragons' Den" simulation. Read more
A senior secondary teacher introduces "the Heston approach", culinology, and social media in a food technology programme. Read more
Student Nathan James was awarded scholarship for iDispense in year 11 and further developed his prototype in years 12–13. Read more
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