8th November 2018
Yesterday K.S.M. Kragelund had special visitors from the 7th graders from Løsning School.
This week they are part of HOP-IN, which takes place every year in Hedensted municipality.
HOP-IN stands for Hands On Production and is a targeted effort to show what we can accomplish in the industry.
Every 7th grade class in Hedensted Municipality must create their own “business” and create a product. This product must be made from recyclable materials and the students will see how all of phases within a business works, such as sales, production, marketing, accounts etc.
Hedensted municipality writes:
The HOP-IN week of the year is in full swing.
This year the focus is on sustainability and recycling, and on Tuesday all of the students were visiting 24 local businesses to get inspiration to solve the tasks given.
Thursday afternoon, the products that were created by the students needed to be ready for the jury’s assessment and tomorrow evening there will be a prize party at the Hedensted Center, where the winners, within the different categories, will be chosen.
The class that wins the competition can look forward to a trip to Universe Science Park in Sønderborg