Year 1 – 4 Winner
Paparangi School, Paparangi, Wellington: Duncan Lint’s class of Year 2/3 pupils triumphed in this category, with their Solid Waste Recycling project, working with engineer Sandra King.
Swanson Primary School, Swanson, Auckland: the Sunshade Project, done with the help of engineer Mono Bindra, led to a merit prize for the group of Year 7 pupils and teacher Leisha Cooper.
Year 5 – 8 Winner
Carncot School, Palmerston North: won this category with their bike stands. The Year 6 class worked with teacher Diane Lewis and engineer Catherine Stapp.
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South New Brighton, Christchurch: an extension group of Year 7/8 pupils investigated local pollution with their Avon-Heathcote Estuary Project. Teacher Andy Kemp and engineer Mathew Shepherd worked with the group.
West End Primary School: Jude Hudson and engineer Graeme Lindup of Transfield Worley Limited worked with twelve Year 5/6 pupils on the Sun-dials Project.
Swanson Primary School: another merit prize was awarded to the school, this time for four Year 5 pupils who had worked with teacher Phil Spriggs on a Confidence and Challenge Course Project. Mono Bindra was the Neighbourhood Engineer for this group as well.
Year 9 – 13 Winner
Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt: Sue Shone’s Year 12 pupils designed a range of kid-friendly poolside seating and, together with engineer Jonnette Gordon, won with their Huia Pool Children’s Furniture Project.