Angmering students win bronze in national competition

Miss Clements, left, and Miss Boyne with award winners Ned Dadson, Ollie O'Toole and William Towler
Miss Clements, left, and Miss Boyne with award winners Ned Dadson, Ollie O'Toole and William Towler
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STUDENTS from The Angmering School have won an award in the national Ultimate STEM Challenge competition.

William Towler, 14, Ollie O’Toole, 13, and Ned Dadson, 13, were presented with the CREST Bronze Award for reaching the semi-finals.

Science teachers Emily Clements and Martha Boyne set their year-nine class a Streamline Ships Challenge, to develop an energy-efficient design for a large tanker ship.

STEM ambassadors Jenny and Adrian Oliver went along to offer guidance.

Jenny said: “We were impressed with how they engaged with the project. Especially well done to the semi-finalists and all of the students can take pride in their efforts and achievements.”

The nationwide schools competition was launched in September, enabling students aged 11 to 14 to put science, technology, engineering and maths skills to the test by tackling real-world problems.

Miss Clements and Miss Boyne congratulated all the Angmering students who took part and said they had put a lot of hard work into the challenge.

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