Our year 10 and 9 pupils took part in a Robotics and Air Pollution workshop delivered by the The James Dyson Foundation on inspiring the next future of Elvin engineers.
The two speakers from the foundation taught them about the theory and problem-solving challenges their company has to over come; with advanced engineering and technology.
Students got to grips with a programming application to configure moving their robots to follow a set path; with obtacles in the way as it tries to reach the docking station.
Inside the workshop based on the challenge of air polution, one of the current students from the foundation's university course taught pupils about the technology used on their Dyson products.
The foundation brang a selection of dyson products, components and cardboard for pupils in teams to assemble potiental new products.