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Engineering Education Scheme Workshop

Published on 09/01/19

Year 12 students have been enjoying working on a water power generating project with the University of Cambridge.

On 11 December four members of Year 12 took part in an Engineering Education Scheme Workshop at the University of Cambridge. The students were working on a water power generating project in collaboration with ARM. ARM and the team are developing a low cost, easy to install water system for communities where resources and technologies are limited.

The students now go on to present their project to a team of assessors at the end of April.

About the EES

The Engineering Education Scheme in England & Scotland is a 6 month programme which links teams of four Year 12  students and their teacher with local companies where they work on real, scientific, engineering and technology projects.
The scheme provides students with an in-depth experience in science, engineering and technology that will enable them to make an informed decision about their future studies and career.

A Year 12 tests a prototype

Two Year 12 students test a prototype

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Tagged  Engineering  Year 12  STEM