DESIGNING

Design & Technology – cont.

Showcase 2021

Design & Technology – cont. Highlights

Our product designers have been using the design process to investigate and address needs by applying innovative solutions and approaches. They have also learned important life skills in the process.

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Hugh Larsen

‘Simpull’ hands-free door opener: to minimise the spread of germs during these uncertain times through opening and closing, locking and unlocking public restroom doors, simply by using the foot.

Aaron Kerr

To design a piece of safety equipment for a cricket umpire that is comfortable and provides sufficient protection.

Kai Walsh

To create a pair of rock sliders that are not only protective to the car but also aesthically pleasing.

Ben Worthington

To design a modernised piece of wall-art which easily assembles into a comfortable work desk, to preserving home floor space: ‘Worthos’ Workspace’.

Finlay Coates

To develop a pair of surf fins that not only achieves performance in the water but also can educate individuals about waste in the ocean.

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Benjamin Kunce

To create an easily moveable stool to be used by restaurants for a wide range of customers. This stool can be manoeuvred for easy storage and setup.

James Guy

To design a transportable solar powered water pump trailer.

Josh Rourke

To design a sustainable roof tile: ‘The Green Tile’ is a roof tile made from 100% recycled plastic.

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Photographs of students and teachers were taken in accordance with COVID-19 regulations at the time.