Youth STEMM Awards 2019
Congratulations to the CNS students, who on Tuesday evening were presented with their Gold and Bronze Youth STEMM Awards at the 2019 ceremony at the Forum in Norwich.
The award ceremony was attended by Astronomer and presenter Mark Thompson and wildlife biologist and presenter Lizzie Daly.
Students have been working towards this award for 1-2 years, accruing anywhere between 45 and 405 hours of STEMM activities. Students complete 4 strands (inspiring the next generation, engaging the public, developing their skills and knowledge and shaping their future) across the 5 disciplines of STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine).
CNS had seven Gold recipients this year, each having to work towards a minimum of 150 hours.
There were special commendations for Hannah, Bartek and three for Ella, each of who were recognised for going above and beyond in certain strands. Ella won a commendation recognising her as having accrued the most hours amongst all of the national and international entries with 406 hours!
Well done to all who won awards this year – it really is an incredible achievement and shows a real dedication to STEMM.
Miss Spinks, Faculty Leader for Science