These names were the titles of the winning entries of our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Project for teams of girls. We had challenged them to design,build and cost a project to help people in the poorest parts of the world.
The Winners (Year 9 Key Stage 3) were The Arnewood School, New Milton with their “Waterphant”, a device for producing clean water using evaporation and condensation.
And for Year 10,Key Stage 4 Bournemouth School for Girls invented a snake farm to allow venom to be extracted and used for medical research. This was called a “Snaid”
Here are the winning teams.The awards will be presented at our Club’s 75th Anniversary Lunch on 18th May by Roma Agrewal, herself Young Structural Engineer of the Year 2011 and a Senior Architect on the Shard.
The judges for the competition were provided by several different local companies and corporations, including-Bournemouth Council, Fonix, Proctor and Gamble, and Sembcorp Bournemouth Water and our thanks go to them for their sponsorship.