Sheffield Girls' Robotics team wins National award
We’re incredibly proud that our Year 9 Robotics team have been announced as national winners of the 2021 EEP Robotics Challenge Robot Design!
Team members Rania Delaimi, Jomana Khamas and Sophie Li-Heathcote worked hard over the course of the year todesign, build and program their own moving robots to compete. The team were supported by Year 12 prefects Jorja Plummer, Salma Ibrahim and Arabella Asamoah who are considering their own future careers in STEM.
The competition is run nationally, focussing on using robotics throughout the year to develop the team’s ability to solve real world computing, technological and engineering challenges. Pupils are able to think differently and more practically about careers in engineering, programming, robotics and more through the challenges set.
We’re delighted for the Sheffield Girls’ team’s success.
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