STEM the Flow Competition Webinar 2
The STEM the Flow engineering competition encourages P5 to S3 pupils to investigate and design solutions to tackle marine litter upstream at source with a STEM project.
STEM the Flow challenges pupils to research and develop their own ideas to tackle these issues. These could be ways of collecting litter that is already in our waterways, or preventing litter from getting into them in the first place. As part of the challenge, participants must investigate source to sea litter in their area, identify the problem, raise awareness and design an engineering-based solution to the issue. Participants will have to work as a team to create a project plan, conduct research, draw conclusions and produce a scientific poster or build a model to showcase their idea.
Online workshops led by STEM ambassadors from industry will provide participants with essential first-hand expertise and guidance relevant for the project.
The STEM the Flow competition will commence in the 2023/24 academic year. A webinar for educators and STEM coordinators about the challenge will be held on Tuesday 5th September at 4pm. A meeting link will sent to only those who have registered.
For more information about the competition and to register for the webinar please visit our STEM the Flow Competition page.
From 19 September 2023 16:00 to 17:00
at Online - Teams