It’s great to hear that the Year 12 students of Industrial Technology Metal in 2023 put in a lot of effort and dedication into their studies, and their hard work paid off with two of their major projects being nominated for the NSW Shape Exhibition. Congratulations to Thomas Whitmore for his excellent workbench and to Jaycob Foyel for his outstanding BBQ smoker. This achievement is a testament to their talent and the careful planning and organizing that went into the course over the past two years. It’s true that some things, like mastering a new course or developing exemplary projects, take time and effort.
The fact that all the students performed well in both practical and theoretical aspects of the course is a clear indication of their commitment and capabilities. Well done to all the students who contributed to the success of the Industrial Technology Metal program in 2023. This is a great example of what can be achieved with hard work and dedication.
However, the story does not end there. Over the past 5 years the TAS department has been working closely with a local manufacturing company Crossmuller and they have been kind enough to have our students for work experience and some have gone on to gain employment as apprentices and factory workers. Through fostering this relationship Crossmuller agreed to sponsor our Metalwork with a CNC plasma cutter and now we have the opportunity to develop our student’s skills further as we move into an area of designing more artistic projects. Many thanks to Crossmuller for their support of our school and students.