This year we were pleased to welcome 29 teams from:
[Beaconsfield High, who have been competing in TTs for about 10 years, had to withdraw owing to staff sickness]
The task was to design and build a truck that could climb a slope driven only by a weight that turned the wheels through a system of pulleys. It was extremely difficult and as usual it was remarkable how many different solutions were attempted.
Teams from Sir Wm Borlase's School, Marlow, won all three prizes.
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Here is a selection of photographs of the 2013 TT:
more The Technology Tournament was held for the second time at the John Hampden Grammar School. As in 2015 the Hall was packed with competing teams. The challenge was to design and construct a 'Mole' such as is used to scour debris and sludge from pipelines.
more The local final of 'Young Chef', Rotary's own 'Masterchef' competition, was won by a delightful girl from Beaconsfield School
more The December 2014 Technology Tournament was hosted by Cressex Community School
more RC of High Wycombe helped RC of Loddon Vale to run their first Technology Tournament
more Minutes from the Committee meeting held on 10th March 2013
more The Church of England Primary School in High Wycombe was presented with Rotary 'Dictionary4Life' books for their library, enough for a complete class to have a dictionary each during a lesson.
more Rotarian Jeremy Ellis did his usual impeccable job and organised the 2014 Young Chef event on 27 January.
more The 'Youth Speaks' competition was held at Wycombe Abbey School; 11 senior and 7 intermediate teams competed. The Area and Zone finals are on 6th and 22nd March at Christ Church Marlow.
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more A note on the 2007 Tournament
more Volunteers are reading in schools with young pupils
more Was held at the Highcrest Academy, High Wycombe. More details >>>
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