AESG Engineering Girls Impress at Parliament!

AESG Engineering Team girls and Tatton MP Esther McVey

In July, the AESG Engineering Team were named the Young Engineers North West at the regional finals of The Big Bang Competition. They successfully designed and built a playground clock and traffic light system for deaf and blind children and wheelchair users. As a result of their success they were invited to Parliament by Stephen Metcalfe MP on Tuesday 7th November to display their project and explain it to MPs and industry leaders. . . . → Read More: AESG Engineering Girls Impress at Parliament!

Young Designers Win Silver in Faraday Challenge

Kings winning team in Faraday Challenge (thumbnail)

Young design engineers from King’s Girls’ Division came a narrow second in a region-wide challenge to design sophisticated computer programmes to help former Maxonian Ben Ainslie win the America’s Cup. . . . → Read More: Young Designers Win Silver in Faraday Challenge

Siemens to help girls get curious about STEM

To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2016, Siemens will launch a new education project to challenge gender stereotypes. The SeeWomen (Girls in STEM) project will inspire and motivate young girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). . . . → Read More: Siemens to help girls get curious about STEM

Manchester High to Grow Seeds from Space

Prep pupils at Manchester High are looking forward to planting their space seeds

Children in the Preparatory Department at Manchester High School for Girls are preparing to embark on a voyage of discovery and grow seeds that have been into space as part of Tim Peake’s Principia mission to the International Space Station . . . → Read More: Manchester High to Grow Seeds from Space