Engineers of future
BUDDING engineers have spent a week inventing solutions for problems to celebrate British Science Week.
Every child from nursery age up to year six at St Barnabas primary school in Warmley became an engineer for the week and entered the National Leaders Award competition.
Each mini engineer had to identify a problem then create a design for an invention to solve it. Ideas ranged from self-writing pens to litter machines that help the environment.
Deputy headteacher Sally Cornelius said: “We are extremely proud of the inventions the children created as many of them had the theme of helping others.
“The excitement and squeals of enthusiasm echoed through the corridors of St Barnabas all week, with many children saying it was the best week ever.”