CATTLE crushes, beds, trailers and toolboxes were among the items created this year by the senior Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School industrial technology timber and metals classes.
This week markers visited the school to assess the major works of the 25 students studying industrial technology as part of their Higher School Certificate (HSC), as well as their accompanying portfolios.
Senior students undertaking the subject for their HSC have about 35 weeks to construct the work of their choice and produce the portfolio detailing the process.
“The quality of work we were very, very pleased with. It’s of an extremely high standard, and the portfolios were of a high standard that supported what they constructed,” relieving technology and applied studies teacher Eric Reading said.
The students will find out how they’ve done in the subject when they receive their final HSC marks in December.