Bright Ideas Challenge for Schools

Secondary school students, aged 11-14, across Great Britain are being given the opportunity to win Prizes for their school by imagining what cities could look like in 2050.

Organised by Shell; the Bright Ideas Challenge invites students to imagine how cities of the future might be powered. The winning team could win up to £5,000 to enable their school to super-size its science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) offering.

Prizes include:

  • Individual prizes of £30 Science Museum Vouchers
  • 6 £750 Mini-Prizes
  • £1,500 Regional
  • £2,500 National Champion Awards
  • £1,000 Finalists Awards.

An ‘Early Bird Prize Draw' to win a facilitated STEM workshop will be held for all schools submitting a fully qualifying entry before 19th January 2018. A funded VIP London experience at Make the Future Live is also part of the overall prize. Entries must be submitted by a teacher at a school in England, Scotland or Wales on behalf of a team of 2 - 5 individuals at that school.

All applications must be in by the closing date of 27th April 2018.

More information and full terms and conditions can be accessed by clicking on the link below.

http://www.shell.co.uk/energy-and-innovation/make-the-future/live/schools/bright-ideas-challenge.html


Opportunity

Published: 21/12/2017
Audience: Secondary schools and colleges
Contact: Lee Anne Sagar

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