Another very successful day here today as three schools attended our first (of five) STEM days for 2016/17. We had hands on activities from a range of STEM ambassadors across engineering and technology disciplines. GoAhead Training led sessions programming VEX robots, Labman braved the elements to build and launch rockets, Gareth Atwood explored materials and energy, Connor from Cleveland Bridge created binary patterns as a key concept of computing, Jessica from Teesside university built tubular paper bridges and the team from Analox explored sensing through their own products and a range of activities. Browse the pictures below to get a flavour of what your company or your pupils could get up to at future events:

Posted on September 28, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Fantastic opportunities for your students, well done.

  2. Great to see the kids accessing the I2L outdoor area.

    Keep up the good work


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