Primary systems

20th October 1995 at 01:00
The 1995 Technology Teaching Systems catalogue for primary schools has innovative items like Gear Go,a gears system which is easy to use. From: TTS, Unit 4 Holmewood Fields Business Park, Park Road, Holmewood, Chesterfield S42 5UY. Tel: 01246 850085.

A new mobile dust extraction booth capable of handling the dust waste and fumes from hand power tools used in schools for metalwork and woodworking activities has been developed by HME Technology. This single piece of equipment, which costs Pounds 880, will bring several workstations up to full health and safety specifications. Details: Paul Turner, HME Technology, Priory House, Saxon Park, Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove B60 4AD, tel. 01527 570900.

The Royal Society of Arts has opened its first regional centre at Dean Clough, Halifax, a centre for business, arts, design and education situated in a complex of 19th-century mills, where it will work with the Design Dimension Educational Trust, a national initiative which aims to raise design awareness in business and in the classroom. Details: Vivian Hall, tel. 01422 344555.

The Design and Technology Education Exhibition will be held at the National Exhibition Centre Hall 6, Birmingham, October 26-28, with "classroom" demonstrations of primary and secondary school work. There will be a special focus on excellence in A-Level Advanced Technology with exhibits ranging from aerodynamic wheels to enable racing cyclists to go faster to a solar tracking device, and including ingenious security devices and aids for the handicapped. The exhibition will be opened by Robin Squire, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Education. Details from the organisers: ICHF Ltd, Dominic House, Seaton Road, Highcliffe, Dorset BH23 5HW, tel. 01425 272711.

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