Success for Year 8 Physicists at Merseyside Science & Technology Challenge
A group of twelve year 8 boys recently attended the Merseyside Science and Technology Challenge day at Liverpool John Moore’s University. The boys worked in teams competing against other schools and took part in various challenges, such as programming a robot to complete an obstacle course and designing and assembling a battery powered vehicle.
Several boys were on the winning team for a particular challenge and won a plaque – these were: Daniel Owen-Setty, Varun Premakantha, Joe Fell, Krishna Gowda, Aaron Adair and Oliver Ball.
Special Congratulations to Daniel Owen-Setty and Varun Premakantha who were the overall winners for the whole event and each took home a trophy. They will now take part in the North of England finals next year.
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