Subsea UK STEM Challenge Regional Competition - Port of Blyth
15 November 2019
Venue: Port of Blyth Training Services
Led by Subsea UK in conjunction with
The Smallpeice Trust
Inspiring the next generation of subsea talent
This event has concluded. Pictures are available below.
Led and organised by Subsea
UK and supported by The Smallpeice Trust, the STEM Challenge sees teams of 13/14 year old
students take part in regional heats across the country to earn their
place in the final. The initiative aims to encourage school pupils
in STEM subjects to consider a career in the subsea sector.
The teams came up with creative names for their ROVs includeing Plastic Pursuer and NEMO (New Engineering Marine Explorer).
Congratulations to the winning school, St Mary's Catholic School (Team Two)!