Today in our assembly we announced the winners from GRIT, which stands for Guts, Resilience, Initiative, Teamwork.A number of activities that were held throughout the year accumulated points that went towards announcing our winners.
Congratulations to the following PC groups for their efforts:
1st Mr Cornell’s PC Rangas@hotmale
2nd Mrs Shumann’s PC Shumy’s Sharks
3rd Mrs Taggart’s PC The Splice Girls
All prize winners will receive a PC lunch in the food project with the Rangas receiving a special afternoon offsite in Term 4 at Wavebowl.
Manufacturing & Engineering
Hello from the Manufacturing and Engineering course.
Students are on track to complete their Fabricated Vice Project - a challenging project that involves marking out, drilling, tapping, welding, fitting and machining.
Some students are extending the skills developed throughout this project to design, develop and implement projects of their own. Motivated students have worked with me during lunchtimes to carry out these extension projects. One such example is Reece Stobbe’s heavy duty drink holder project which he designed and constructed for his beloved Landcruiser. His sketches and ‘in-car’ measurements combined, with his fabrication skills, led to a successful outcome.
Congratulations also to Maclain Coleman-Locke who has been successful in gaining an Engineering-Fabrication apprenticeship with Birdon Marine. A talented young man, Maclain is shown here with his completed project - perhaps in time he will be welding and fabricating boats!
Mr Chris Pincott
Manufacturing & Engineering Teacher
Link to:-Trial HSC Timetable