Designs are a hit with firm

PUBLISHED: 13:30 31 March 2015

A-Level students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form show off their final projects at the Thatchers offices.

A-Level students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form show off their final projects at the Thatchers offices.

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A-Level technology students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form presented their creative final projects to cider-maker Thatchers last week.

The students, who study resistant materials and graphics, made menu holders and wildlife boxes for the Sandford company.

Technology leader Mark Barham said: “As part of their A-level coursework, students must work to a full client brief, ensuring their designs meet the specifications set out to them.

“We approached Thatchers as we were keen to work with a local company and we were thrilled they could support us.”

A Thatchers spokesman said: “We were extremely impressed with the creativity and quality of the students’ work.”


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