Your pupils study STEM at all different ages so why not put some authenticity into their learning and enter Cleveland Scientific Institution’s (CSI’s) Centenary Competition with CASH to be won!
To mark CSI’s centenary and celebrate their work with schools and colleges in the Tees Valley area (including Whitby and Stokesley), they have organised a competition for school pupils. Scientists and engineers in and around the Tees Valley are playing an important role in addressing local and global issues, and CSI would like young people to find out about some of the things which are happening.
The competition is to create the best submission entitled “Tees Valley of Tomorrow”. The submission subject is to be chosen by the pupil, and there are plenty of subjects to choose from which are Tees Valley related, for example:
Combating climate change – what to do with CO2?
Plastics – for better or worse?
Vaccines & how they work
Life on Mars?
Hydrogen – the perfect fuel?
Electric Cars – challenges and solutions
CSI want pupils to produce a report, poster, flyer or something else to communicate what they have learned and what they think about it. Submissions can be created as a group or completed individually. Please submit your entries by 5th November 2021.
Follow the link below to download the entry form and read more about the competition.