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Pataka A Hastings Intermediate School IPENZ Project
The reason for the project Our organic garden produced a surplus of food this year
The Process Meet with our engineer Identify the issue Develop a brief Develop our knowledge and ideas Draw up some plans Cost out the project Raise some funds Build the pataka
The problem We wanted to be able to store the excess produce from our organic gardens so the food technology students would be able to use fresh vegetables year round. Anyone for soup?
Simon meets the KAT team We started by listing the vegetables we wanted to store so we could do some research into their storage requirements
Testing our knowledge We tested whether water or soil (sod) worked better to keep a constant air temperature underneath
Presenting our plans Cameron and Nathan convincing us their ideas were the best.
Raising funds Cameron and food, hmmm…
Time to build Team work, these poles are heavy!
Hey, where are the boys?
The KAT team met twice during the holidays to get the pataka started Holiday jobs
22, 23, 24 … who’s counting?
Today a pataka - tomorrow the world
Applying the principal
Planning the next year’s project
That’s all folks! Thanks, from the Hastings Intermediate School KAT team.
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