Fifth Years' Design and Technology work celebrated at inaugural exhibition

At the start of May 2019, St George's College celebrated the Design and Technology work of Fifth Year students at a special exhibition.

As part of their final projects in the Design and Technology syllabus, the students produced an amazing and varied array of projects that showcased their skill, craft and creativity. They then presented their work to the Georgian Family at a showcase event and explained how they created their designs.

On display at the exhibition were coffee tables immaculately put together, a rustic wooden cupboard for musical equipment storage, a beautiful doll's house, and even a lamp made out of an old drum.

Head of Design and Technology at the College, Dan Hoyle, was thrilled with the success of the exhibition and also with the students, for putting in so much hard work and producing such high quality designs.

Speaking after the exhibition, Dan commented, "The evening was a huge success with a  great many students and parents full of pride for their amazing achievements. There was a real energy and appreciation for the diverse range of projects on display."

1 May 2019

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