Schools into Industry
Join one of the UK’s largest schools into industry programmes
This year’s competitions have come to a close, check out who won!
PrintIT! 2014 Winners
2013/14 Category Winners
National Career Service Project
• Best Design – Lauren Driscoll, Westhoughton School
• Best Concept – Ellie Webster, St Ives School
• Best Presentation – Claudia Lehmann
• Best Poster – Katie Kelly
• Best Table Talker – Aaron Donaldson
• Best Graph – Alexandra Dumble
• Best Presentation – Alix Mack-Smith
• Best Poster – Rory Ahanan, St Ives School
• Best Shopping bag – Ellie Webster St Ives School
• Best Counter Top – Olivia Cooper & Alexandra Bray, De Warenne Academy
• Best Dump Bin – Marcus Earl-Brook, Crispin School
• Best Shelf Wobbler – Scott Palmer, Romsey School
• Best Floor Graphic – Poppy Wilson, Crispin School
• Best Free Design – Sivan Bouskila, John Hampden Grammar School
• Best Packaging Design – Claudia Lehmann, St Ives School
• Best Use of Fairtrade Mark – Olivia Butt, St Ives School
• Best understanding of Brand Values – Kian Pardoe-Collins
• Best Understanding of Printing Techniques – Josh Benjamin, St Ives School
• Best Design Process – Grace Ahmed, St Johns Marlborough
• Best Presentation – Betty Lewin, St Ives School
• Teacher of the Year – Mrs Daemi-Rashidi, St Ives School
Overall Winner of PrintIT! 2014
• Ellie Webster from St Ives School
MakeIT! 2014 Winners
2013/14 Category Winners
- MakeIT! Furniture Year 9 – Evie Butler – King Alfreds School
- MakeIT! Furniture Year 10 – Jake Wilburn – Altrincham College of Arts
- MakeIT! Furniture Year 12 – James Fitchett – Chatham & Clarendon Grammar
- Best Presentation – James Mortley & Josh Steadman – Simon Langton Grammar
- Best Project work – Toby Reed – Henry Box School
- Judges Special Commendation – Daniel Cornwall – Chatham and Clarendon Grammar
- MakeIT! Wood Year 9 – Laurie Day – Henry Box School
- MakeIT! Wood Year 10 – Sam Blacker – St. Alban’s Catholic High School
- Best Teacher – Mr Thomas Brewin – Chatham & Clarendon Grammar
The Furniture Makers Project Winner – Natalie Godfrey – Henry Box School
Overall Winner of MakeIT! 2014 – Evie Butler – King Alfreds School
About the programme
The Schools into Industry Programmes are free, curriculum mapped competitions that have been designed by teachers and industry professionals to teach young people about the exciting world of Design & Manufacturing.
Schools can sign up to either PrintIT! (Print & Packaging Design) or MakeIT! (Furniture or Wood Design). Both programmes come with the free learning materials mapped to GCSEs and A-Levels and the chance to win prizes for both the students and school.
Show students exciting careers in industry!
Our programmes attract big industry sponsors, exposing the students the potential careers available, chances to meet high-level figures and opportunities to get hands on experience in industry.
Register your school for the 2014/2015 programme!