The Lincolnshire Young Designer of the Year competition
The Lincolnshire Young Designer of the Year competition requires students to present a design product which best shows their creativity, independent thinking and most innovative, high quality concepts and designs. This year they received over 90 applications from KS2 to KS5 from 9 Lincolnshire schools. An independent judging panel met in May and selected 35 entries, four of which were Priory students. The Awards evening was held at the National Centre for Craft & Design on Friday 1st July. Jack Bond, A2 Product Design, won the Award for Innovation for his downhill racer and Oliver Means, also A2 Product Design, won Lincolnshire Young Designer of the Year 2016 for his rocking chair. Oliver will receive the opportunity to undertake a work experience placement with Grantham-based QFC, among other prizes. Oliver (who made the chair in the picture) is going on to study Product Design at University in October.
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