On Friday 30 June, twelve students participated in the Regional STEM day at Bishop Stopford School in Kettering. Some of the challenges included:
- Building a simple motor.
- Designing and making electricity pylons.
- Making a DNA model.
- Qwizdom DNA test.
- Constructing a boat.
- Marine archaeology.
- Code Breaking.
- Designing, building and racing an F1 car.
Students were excellent ambassadors for Prince William School and were leading the competition for most of the day. We are extremely happy to announce that we came second overall. The students successfully completed the various challenges utilising their knowledge and demonstrated superb team work - well done to all!
Some quotes from the students:
'I really enjoyed this experience, it tested our knowledge and let us try new experiments.'
The STEM day was fun as I spent it with friends and learnt new things about engineering.'
It was a good educational experience which I really enjoyed!'
'The day was a very good experience and allowed me to try things I've never tried before.'