Junior Technology Tournament 2018

Teams from Fylde Primary Schools competed for the title Junior Technology Champions 2018

Rotary Lytham hosted12 teams of 48 kids purifying water at Hall Park Primary School Lytham.
The teams had to design and then build a scale model water tower with limited resources.
Then design a filter using stones, grit and sand to filter dirty water to make it clean and usable. They had to consider time to filter against clarity of the filtrate.
They produced a portfolio of ideas which became a reality using their STEM (science technology engineering mathematics) skills.
They worked all day on their designs and it was very close between Hall Park and St. Thomas's in a tied scores. But St Thomas's won on quantity and a clearer filtrate.
Well done to all the teams but especially the winners St Thomas's.

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