Technology Tournament

The Club held its first Technology Tournament on 18 March 2015

17 teams from 5 schools participated in the club's first Technology Tournament held at King's Lynn Academy on 18 March 2015.  The schools involved were:  King's Lynn Academy, King Edward V11 Academy, Springwood High School, the College of West Anglia and Smithdon High School.     

Students aged 11-18 competed at three different levels to build a vehicle powered by an electric motor hanging from a cable to cross an imaginary crocodile infested river.  The intermediate level teams were also required to drop the "load" - perhaps a Shelter Box - and the advanced level teams were also required to return the vehicle to the its starting position.  

The event was sponsored by Bespak who donated

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