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Year 9 Pupils take part in Royal Academy of Engineering STEM Spy Challenge

22 Jun 18
A small group of Year 9 pupils had the opportunity to take part in the STEM Spy Challenge, hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The competition is running in ten schools across Suffolk and Norfolk, and the team with the highest score out of the six will continue to the final in the new academic year. During the challenge, pupils were asked to programme Lego vehicles to negotiate a maze to find a coded message, to decipher the message to find out details of the spy, and to construct an additional element to the vehicles to carry a cup containing the "nerve agent" sample over a bridge. Congratulations to the winning team BOTB (Best Of The Best) - Molly Marshall, Sam Prior, Nina Varadarajan, George Wahram and Ariane Bilgen,  and to runners up Raptor - Oli Reid, Billy Goodwin, Ramtin Fani and Hew Winter.
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