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Renz inspires design students

Renz has inspired students with experience in the world of print, by awarding a Renz HT330P pouch laminating machine following a national competition that focused on design.

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Students were given a design brief on a topic of their choice, and used research, drawings, and CAD to solve any problems

The Print It Best scheme aims to give students the freedom to design a concept using sketching and CAD, which was used to produce their final entries.

Around 40 pupils chose a design brief focused on a specific topic with a problem to solve. These winning students went to Westhoughton High School, and were in year ten. Three students in particular worked noticeably well, and received the Achievement Award for the solutions they came up with. Brandon Roughley, Izzy Dzulkifli, and Anna Cookson worked on sports and gaming briefs and were rewarded with this accolade.

Dzulkifli comments that the prize has allowed her to progress further in another area of education. She says: “I enjoyed coming up with the concept and developing it into something better and more well thought-out over time. I was very pleased with the prize as it has allowed me to explore photography as a hobby.”

We are pleased to support the next generation of creatives and are proud to be part of an initiative that celebrates the power of print

Cookson adds: “The whole competition was really enjoyable and winning has boosted my confidence.”

“We were delighted that our students achieved such recognition,” says Alison Turner, Westhoughton High’s leader of learning design technology, before adding: “The judges felt that there was an enormous amount of hard work put in by our students that led them to producing some really fantastic final designs.”

Paul Simpson, sales manager at Renz UK, adds: “We are pleased to support the next generation of creatives and are proud to be part of an initiative that celebrates the power of print.”

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