Posted: 16.02.21 at 15:37 by Tim Lethaby
Year 7 and Year 8 students at Crispin School in Street have been getting creative as part of their remote learning this term.
The design and technology students were given a specific brief to design a games controller that would be suitable for a toddler to use.
For the project they had to research existing games controllers before going on to design and then 3D model their outcome.
A school spokesperson said: "There was some fantastic work produced across the two year groups, especially with the 3D modelling aspect.
"Here the students really needed to demonstrate their ingenuity and resourcefulness, using whatever materials they had to hand, including card, paper, Lego and some excellent examples of baking."