The Bright Ideas Challenge
The Bright Ideas Challenge, our national STEM competition for secondary schools, has now closed.
It has been incredible receiving so many fantastic entries over the years from all over the UK and Ireland and we would like to thank you again for your interest in the Bright Ideas Challenge.
Here are a few highlights from the competition:
# Bright ideas received – 3,397, # Students engaged – 9,120, # Schools participated – 825, Prize money awarded - £200,500
Shell will continue to support STEM education through a number of STEM programmes to help increase the diversity and number of young people going into engineering careers and to support teachers to deliver the curriculum.
As we know you might be looking for STEM resources to keep the bright ideas coming, we encourage you to use NEON to continue supporting your students in their STEM journey. NEON is a new website for teachers, from EngineeringUK that brings together the UK's best engineering experiences and inspiring careers-resources.
The 2020-21 Regional Winners
Terra Nova School, Cheshire
Culford School, Culford
Lourdes RC Secondary, Glasgow
Isleworth and Syon School, London
Yateley Manor Prep School, Hampshire
Lawn Manor Academy, Wiltshire
Manor Community Academy, Hartlepool
JCB Academy, Rochester
The West Bridgford School, Nottingham
Bradford Forster Academy, Bradford
Repton School, Derbyshire
Ysgol Friars, Bangor
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