Year 6 boys showcase sustainable STEM project
Harry and Alfie in Year 6 recently attended the Museum of London Docklands and showcased their fantastic award-winning project, 'Sustainable Housing in Brighton", as part of the annual international Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Innovation competition.
This event, organised by the British International Education Association (BIEA), focused on the theme of greening cities and sustaining lives, bringing children together to discuss how to build a more sustainable future.
30 teams from around the world attended, allowing plenty of opportunity for Harry and Alfie to talk about their project with fellow competitors and visitors. They were also able to hand out a few branded goodies!
It was a fantastic day. So many people came up to our stand asking about our design. I am really proud!
I really enjoyed doing the project with Harry. I also got a chance to meet other students and see their ideas from around the world.
It is rewarding to see our students engaging in such an exciting and worthwhile initiative outside of school; I am delighted with their design and very proud of the recognition they received!
Mr Armstrong, D&T teacher
Read more about the competition here.