Winning designs

PUBLISHED: 20:00 03 May 2012

Dillian Rowe on how aircraft fly.

Dillian Rowe on how aircraft fly.


HUNDREDS of students showed off their technical creations at an annual event.

Worle Community School’s year eight students held their science fair and all their designs were put on display at the Redwing Drive site.

About 300 pupils took part, but Laura Page was awarded first place for construction and Ollie Elliot first place for investigation.

Elizabeth Parker received a first place for her project, which showed engineering skills, and Ben Peck and Dillion Row received a first place award for ICT.

Pearl Harrington won the most original award.

Headteacher Peter Binding presented the awards to the students, along with Michael Jarvis of Phillip Harris Manufacturing, who donated prizes.

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