The Design & Technology Project Exhibition was held in the Gymnasium foyer from Wednesday 25 to Friday 27 October. The exhibition displayed student work from the subject areas of Design and Technology, Home Economics and Digital Technology and included displays in photography, robotics, coding, 3D printing, metal, acrylic, wood and furniture design.
Exhibition Awards were presented to students who produced outstanding work for the exhibition at an Assembly on Wednesday 1 November.
Jemily Wilmot in Year 9 received an award for her photograph of the bicycle, which captured the judges’ eye with outstanding composition and use of grey shades and colour. The desk arrangement with books, composed by Aimee Horton was judged best Year 10 photograph, demonstrating balance and centre of interest.
The T&E Exhibition Award for Middle School went to Year 9 student Netanya Brown for her work across a number of materials including the well-designed CO2 racer, finely constructed timber box and metal dice. Josh Harris from Year 8 received a Highly Commended award for his timber truck and unique train carriage design.
The T&E Exhibition Award for Senior School was awarded to Mason Harmer for his kitchen trolley created from recycled jarrah and karri. Brae Vincent from Year 10 received a Highly Commended award with his well-crafted bedside table that incorporated sliding drawers.
Year 12 student Lachlan Armstrong received the inaugural Garry McGrath Award for his outstanding foosball table. The Garry McGrath award is named after the College’s original and longest standing teacher of Technology and Enterprise, who continues to share his expertise with students since his retirement. It is awarded to a student who has shown outstanding work in Technology and Enterprise. Lachlan was able to demonstrate his creative thinking techniques and excellent attention to detail to produce an eye catching and functional piece of work that combined a range of materials.