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Shell's Bright Idea Challenge

Bright-Ideas

Following on from the Team’s #DigiInventor success (for those of you who followed us on Twitter), the pupils pulled their array of skills and attributes together to enter Shell’s Bright Idea Challenge. With this competition they are asked to come up with a creative solution that will sustainably provide energy for the world’s growing population; more specifically imagining how cities will look in 2050 when it is estimated that the population will have grown by over 2 Billion people, two thirds of whom will reside in cities.

For any Eco warriors out there the pupils took a real environmental/Eco-friendly stance with this and have put together a stunning proposal for a new Housing system and lifestyle change, I would definitely be keen to invest! If you get a minute please have a look over their proposal in the file found below. The S3 pupils involved were:

Hannah Boldy

Jenny MacDonald

Katarina Kancir

Archie Powell

Fergus Veitch

Gwilym Hughes

I am pleased to tell you all that they WON THE SCOTTISH REGIONAL COMPETITION and are off to London from the 18th June to compete in the National Finals, with 11 other schools from across the UK! The pupils have already won £1,500 for a STEM experience and a cash prize each. I am sure you will all agree they all deserve a huge well done.

Please wish us luck for the finals in a couple of weeks!

 

Final_Booklet_Utopia_Trinity_Academy.pdf

Scanned_Work_Utopia_Trinity_Academy.pdf

 

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