The primary, secondary and advanced Leaders Award for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)
The Leaders Award for STEM is a Primary Engineer programme open to students from 5 to 19 years old. It is a fantastic way to increase their awareness of the breadth of opportunities open to them within STEM subjects. We help students to develop vital literacy and communication skills, and give them the chance to speak directly to professionals from different fields in STEM.
Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award Exhibition
The Scottish Engineering
Special Leaders Award 2015
During the early months of 2015, almost 100 Primary and Secondary schools in Scotland took part in the Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award, answering the question, in the form of illustrations of their pupil’s own inventions:
“If you were an engineer in Scotland, what would you do?”
The results of this remarkable exercise will be accessible by the general public to view in early June when Primary Engineer, in conjunction with Strathclyde University, will stage an exhibition of the pupil’s work at The Barony Hall in Glasgow over two days, Saturday and Sunday, 6th and 7th June. The exhibition is free to attend.
Will these devices, invented by these ingenious and innovative young minds, change life as we know it in Scotland? In the whole world? Well, perhaps it’s a bit early for that but, with the right encouragement – who knows what these talented children will come up with in the 10 or 20 years!
The Public Exhibition will be held at:
The Barony Hall, Rottenrow East, Glasgow G1 1XQ
Saturday June 6th, 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday June 7th, 10:00am – 2:00pm
To see the full list of winners and highly commended entries, click here