STEM project with UCL and Go! Schools proves success with Year 7 scientists.
Rushcroft wins a STEM workshop at school hosted by UCL Engineering Ambassadors.
University College London (UCL) is enhancing Shell's Bright Ideas Challenge exclusively for Go! Network schools. Students aged 11-14 can take part in a STEM workshop, hosted by UCL STEM Engineering ambassadors at participating schools, helping students to create an innovative energy solution for cities in the future.
The programme will provide schools and students taking part with the opportunity to:
Receive an inspirational talk on sustainability interventions from the UCL Engineering STEM ambassadors;
Receive mentoring for the Bright Ideas Challenge;
Work in teams and participate in the interactive workshop, creating future energy solutions - with students builiding a 3D prototype of their idea;
Bright Ideas Challenge winners will receive £5,000 to boost STEM within their school and Go! schools can receive an additional £1,500 by winning the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park award, exclusively for schools in east London.
30 of our year 7 students engaged in the programme which was a huge success on Monday, click the gallery to see the results. Video clips to follow
Red – Berkan Erdogan, Zion Felician , Alexandru Lezeu, Ana Fernandes, Fizah Majeed, Jade Dankwa
7 Green – Bertan Erdogan, Ishaaq Ahmed, Matylda Tobiasz, Brigitte Farkas , Kaleb Eiasu, Sude Yilgrim
7 Purple - Mihail Georgiev, India Thornhill, Rebecca Dinescu, Maisam Faizey, Sean Leddy, Rozerin Ulutas
7 Orange – Salma Jouhary, Joshua Wilson Osuide, Akeel Naqvi, Mouhammed-Ali Tachouaft, Christopher Collins, Justin Popoola
7 Blue - Rhys Lucas, Nerush Rajalingam, Bawer Guner, Reuel Clifford- Browne, Ervin Durici, Sean Berham
Well done everyone
Head of Lower School