Year 12 Major Works Industrial Technology at Bulahdelah Central School

Guy Willis.

 

SENIOR Vertical Curriculum Industrial Technology students are back to school and hard at work constructing their Major Projects.

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Students at Bulahdelah Central School (BCS) are showing their resilience and determination and not letting the current situation stop their desires to complete their designs.

Designs include; a dresser, a bed, an entertainment unit, a Ibanz guitar and a resin river flow coffee table.

Students are making the projects from timber species such as Victorian Ash, Sydney Blue Gum, Forest Oak, River Gum, American Cherry, and a variety of mixed eucalyptus species.

They are utilising a variety of building techniques that include lamination, dovetail joint, finger joints, domino machining, steam bending and jig building, to build their projects.

These major works need to be completed by Thursday, 27 August (Week 6 Term 3).

Due to the Covid-19 Virus, the major works will not be marked by the Board of Studies markers as in previous years. Instead, they will be marked in Week 7/Week 8 of Term 3 by a panel selected from qualified BCS teachers.

The students would like to thank Chris Gladys, Jake Kinnear and Dave Rose for giving up their free time to assist and guide the students during the early stages of their major projects.

 

By Brent SMITH

 

Taylah Smith.

 

Harry Plummer.

 

Sally Curnow.

 

Logan Guthrie.

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