STEM Showcase January 2018

Many thanks to all the schools that took part in our STEM Showcase on January 19th, 2018.

Outstanding for All STEM Award winners, St Paul's RC, showed us how they sent a teddy bear into space - it reached 23 miles!

St Mary's CofE demonstrated their amazing skills with Ohbots.

St Ignatius RC pupils had explored space and passed on their considerable knowledge.

Rokesly Juniors asked us how cold it can get in Crouch End as we found out a lot about polar exploration.

Welbourne told us about all the STEM challenges they had tackled over the year.

St Aidan's sent 6 talented coders to show us how it's done.

APS and GCA swapped ideas about drones.

Then there were all the other GCA activities: VEX, Formula 24 racing car, Goblin cars, maths coding challenge, rocket cars, coding/animation classes, Arduino programming, wacky design, crime scene investigation, dissection, screaming jelly babies (keep off the sugar!) and sparky physics that had our hair standing on end.

We were delighted that the 1851 Trust could join us to tell us all about the Landrover/BAR programme and take us on a virtual sailing trip. Lucy and Luzana from Stemettes encouraged girls to take up STEM subjects and think about the huge variety of careers in this area. 

Thanks also to all the schools that came to learn and support and, we hope, to think about demonstrating next year.

You can see some photos on this page but for more please go to the Media-photos tab. Enjoy!

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