TECHNOLOGY TOURNAMENT

The Technology Tournament is an annual event organised by Harrogate Rotary Club with support from other Clubs for the benefit of local schools.


We had another successful Rotary Technology Tournament on Tuesday 12th February 2019, the number of Schools were down on last year but they provided more teams.

 

We invited 14 Schools but only 10 took part sending 27 teams; 7 at Advanced level 8 at Intermediate level and 12 at Foundation level. The project was to construct a tower with a flashing light on top.

 

Award Winners were:-

Best Portfolio's.

Advanced.                                                 Intermediate.                   Foundation.

Ripon Grammer School.                           Ashville College.              Ashville College.

 

Construction Awards.

              Advanced.                              Intermediate.                     Foundation.

Gold.     King James High School.       King James High School   Ashville College.

Silver.    Ripon Grammer School.        Ashville College.               St. Aidan's C of E School.

Bronze.  St. John Fisher High School  Ripon Grammer School.  Harrogate Grammer School.

 

Awards were presented by the Mayor of Harrogate and Rotary Club Presidents.

 

Judges supplied by us were Eddie, Jim, Keith, Alan and Bob.

 

 

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