A team of nine students from Hall Park Academy in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire has won the Tomorrow’s Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge.
The winning team of students - all aged between 12 and 14 - built, programmed and controlled LEGO robots for a series of ‘space missions’. They also had to research, and present their own solution to a contemporary scientific problem - developed by LEGO Education with NASA.
The winning team are Aaron Bastock-Penny (13), Luke Cook (13), Ben Crompton (12), Dexter Fairbank (13), Harry Hinkley (12) Hannah Lakritz (12), Libby Reddish (13), Aidan Shaw (14) and Imogen Thomlinson (13).
The prizes were awarded as follows:
|Winner||Hall Park Academy|
|Runner-up||Burnage Academy for Boys|
|Runner-up||Wallace Hall Academy|
|Robot challenge winner||Idsall School|
|Robot design winner||St Christopher’s High School|
|Teamwork winner||Corby Technical School|
|Presentation winner||Lady Margaret School|
|Tomorrow's Engineers winner||Kingussie High School|
|Aspire winner||Dove House School|