Posted on May 2nd 2018
Engineering Competition for Girls Award Winners
Aseoluwa (left) and Cyrena, Year 9, represented Harris Garrard Academy in this year’s National Engineering Competition for Girls, submitting an excellent project on global warming and the environment.
Run by Talent 2030, the competition aims to increase the number of women in science and engineering, offering entrants the chance to win £500 for themselves and £500 for their school.
This year, girls were asked to produce a project explaining how engineers can solve any of the challenges of the 21st century. Aseoluwa and Cyrena entered into the competition, producing some brilliant work about global warming, and were given the Crest Award.
Well done girls, we're proud of you.