Month: April 2017

Pupils build tools to help tetraplegic woman

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Date: 15th Apr 2017

Pupils design tools to help those paralysed

Selwyn House pupils may have just invented some revolutionary tools to help paralysed people. Pupils from year 7 had Adrienne Coleman talk to them about some of the difficulties she […] READ MORE

Date: 13th Apr 2017

Schools use new technology in real life scenarios

A Christchurch primary school is using its new 3D printer to problem solve everyday issues for a local tetraplegic woman. Selwyn House School teacher Simon Christie called on his mother-in-law Adrienne Coleman to […] READ MORE

Date: 1st Apr 2017