National STEM champions to compete for European crown

The GSK UK Young Engineers and Scientist of the Year from Loughborough Schools Foundation in the East Midlands and from St Mary’s College in Northern Ireland will compete to become European young science champions at one of Europe’s most prestigious science competitions, EUCYS (EU Contest for Young Scientists) to be held in Sofia, Bulgaria from 13-18 September.  

Grace Lord, Brendan Miralles, and Aalia Sellar will be showcasing their engineering project called ‘Music Splash’, an app that uses machine learning to analyse music recitals and provide suggestions to improve performance. 

They say ‘Music Splash’ helps “guides you to instant perfection and is like a music teacher in an app.”

The 14-year-old students were awarded the GSK UK Young Engineers of the Year title at The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Competition in March.

Alongside them will be Maeve Stillman, who won the title of GSK UK Young Scientist of the Year for a project that focused on how activated charcoal supplements affect the absorption of everyday or common medicines like paracetamol and ramipril (used for treating hypertension).

The Big Bang Competition received 1000 entries from across the country and the UK winners beat over 200 finalists who were selected to show their ideas at The Big Bang Fair. As part of the shortlisting process, they had to impress a VIP judging panel that included Andrew Smyth (Rolls-Royce aerospace engineer and former Great British Bake-Off contestant), Dr Ozak Esu, IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2017 and Roma Agrawal (structural engineer on The Shard, STEM promoter and TV presenter).

The projects each won £2,000 in prize money and have had the opportunity to complete work experience at GSK, and the GSK UK Young Engineers won a silver medal at the prestigious international STEM competition in July in China (China Adolescents Science & Technology Innovation Contest – CASTIC).

Commenting on how winning The Big Bang Competition has provided them opportunities to continue on their STEM journey, Maeve said: “I’m so lucky to have a chance to compete at EUCYS.”

The GSK UK Young Engineers added: “Our mission is to make the learning of playing an instrument available to everyone by opening the doors of musicality through our revolutionary app Music Splash.”

EUCYS was established in 1989 with the aim of fostering international collaboration and giving young scientists the opportunity to compete with the best contemporaries at a European level. The UK has been participating since the inaugural competition and has produced 48 medallists. 2019’s competition takes place in Sofia, Bulgaria and winners will be announced on 18 September.

Gaming or Gambling?

New campaign aims to keep children safer in online games 

Parent Zone, the experts in digital family life, and GambleAware, a leading charity committed to minimising gambling-related harm, have partnered to help families learn about the gambling-like risks that eight to eleven-year-olds may face when playing online games – and to give simple, practical advice for parents to keep gaming fun.

A short animation help families learn about this important issue in a quick and accessible way whilst a second film gives families more detailed advice on what they can do to reduce the risks. 

Alongside the films, an online quiz and glossary give parents and carers the chance to explore the topic further so that they help their children to stay in control.

Vicki Shotbolt, Founder and CEO of Parent Zone says “Gaming is an important, and fun, part of many families’ lives. But lots of parents do not know about the gambling-like features that are in games – and the risks these can lead to. 

We want parents to ask what games their children are playing, check that they are happy with what they are doing in those games and know what their children are spending money on.”

Dr Jane Rigbye, Director of Education at GambleAware has said: “More and more children are being exposed to gambling like activity and it is increasingly important that parents are aware of the risks of gambling and talk to their children about it. 

We’re really pleased to be able to work with Parent Zone to help educate parents about the gambling-like activity that their kids might be exposed to and make sure they know about the existing help and support that is available.”  

Free learning materials for schools

A free resource pack has been developed for teachers. The pack contains a lesson plan for introducing the topic in school as well as the ‘Gaming or Gambling?’ films, FAQs, top tips and quiz.

The ‘Gaming or Gambling?’ films and supporting information are available for FREE online at  

Solent University Sports Complex successfully connects to Southampton District Energy Scheme

Solent University’s new sports complex has been successfully connected to Southampton Geothermal Heating Company’s (SGHC) pioneering district energy scheme after signing a £2.8 million deal with energy and services specialist, ENGIE, over the next 20 years.

The SGHC is a working partnership between ENGIE and Southampton City Council, launching more than 30 years ago. The scheme supplies heat, chilled water and electricity to commercial and residential energy users across Southampton – currently serving a 2km radius of the energy centre.

Users already included TV studios, a hospital, shopping centre, student accommodation, residential buildings and hotels; with Solent University tasking ENGIE with the implementation of a new heating connection which would link up existing assets, as well as a new state-of-the-art sports centre. 

The SGHC currently saves around 10,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum, using heat from a large-scale combined heat and power (CHP) plant, supplemented by geothermal energy and conventional boilers.

The University required a new District Heating connection with a substation, to provide heating and domestic hot water for the new facilities with predicted annual heating consumption of 620MWh/annum and a contractual peak load of 875 kW; which ENGIE is poised to deliver through the connection to SGHC.

Approximately 150 m of Pre-insulated District Heating Steel Pipework were installed, adjacent to the Southampton Solent University building on East Park Terrace, Southampton. 

Andrew Hart, Managing Director for ENGIE’s Urban Energy business, said: “Southampton is an exemplar of district energy solutions that stand the test of time.  We have successfully operated in the city for more than three decades – delivering low carbon and cost-effective energy – so the addition of Solent University to the scheme is a welcome one.

“We have adopted an incredibly flexible approach to our service delivery, to ensure we can continue making connections to the scheme and extend this unique solution.  We look forward to working with our partners in the council, as well as the University over the next 20 years to deliver a first-rate service for people and businesses in the region.”

Paul Colbran, Chief Info & Infrastructure Officer at Solent University, said: “Solent is undergoing a £100 million estate redevelopment programme to provide new and improve current campus facilities, and the new sports complex is just one element of that programme.

“With such a large infrastructure project and our desire to be cleaner, greener and more environmentally sustainable, the geothermal system helps us keep our emissions down and makes sense connecting with the current infrastructure already in place.”

ENGIE has confirmed the new system is now operational – delivering heating and cooling for the sports centre and beyond.


Photos © Joel Chant / UNP-40526 – ALDI’s Kit for school’s launch, ALDI Balham, London SW12

Team GB triathletes, Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee, enjoyed a shopping trip and culinary masterclass with Aldi at a primary school as part of a new campaign to promote healthy eating in schools.

The Kit for Schools campaign is part of Aldi and Team GB’s long-standing efforts to get young people active and eating well ahead of Tokyo 2020. They have also collaborated on the Get Set to Eat Fresh initiative, which teaches young people about eating well and gives them the skills and confidence to cook fresh, healthy meals.

The Olympic medal winners visited an Aldi store with pupils from Ravenstone Primary School in Balham, to choose fresh, nutritious ingredients to make healthy snacks.

The Brownlee brothers returned to the school and joined the children in putting their culinary skills to the test, helping them to create their favourite healthy snack, fruit kebabs. The athletes also passed on words of advice to budding athletes, explaining that enjoying a healthy diet has been one of the secrets to their success.

The visit took place to launch Aldi’s new Kit for Schools campaign, which will see the supermarket donate £20,000 to twenty schools across the UK to invest in new equipment to create a healthy legacy ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020. Over 23,000 primary schools will have received two wallchart posters containing healthy activity ideas to fill out with exclusive Team GB stickers of 60 Olympians.

Aldi shoppers will receive stickers every time they spend £30 or more in store up until 3rd November, which can be taken into a local school and added to their sticker poster. For every chart the school fills, they will gain one entry into the final prize draw to win £20,000 for a healthy legacy.

Alistair Brownlee said: “We had a great time launching the new Aldi’s Kit for Schools campaign. It was fantastic to see the children so engaged and enthusiastic about being healthy and active. They showed a real understanding for the importance of fresh food and they all put us to shame with their amazing fruit kebabs.

“The Kit for Schools campaign is a great way to help young people overcome the barriers they might face getting involved in sport by not having the correct equipment. We hope it will inspire more children to get active in the run-up to Tokyo and, who knows, it may even help to unearth the next generation of Olympic athletes.”

Sean McGinty, Marketing Director at Aldi UK, said: “We are working with Team GB to inspire young people across the country to eat well and move more ahead of Tokyo 2020 through a range of activities.

“Being active at school is incredibly important, and our Kit for Schools initiative will give even more young people the chance to take part in more sports activities and allow schools to build a health legacy for pupils”.

Joe Croft, Headteacher at Ravenstone Primary School in Balham, London said: “It’s been an inspirational day for the pupils and teaching staff. Alistair and Jonny’s visit has really brought our school values to life through championing healthy eating and sharing their own experiences of competing at the Olympic Games.  This campaign will help us build on our school’s existing healthy living activity and ensure we instil lifelong healthy habits in our pupils.”

For more information about Aldi’s Kit for Schools campaign visit:


One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of desktop 3D printers, Kora 3D, has expanded its product range with the launch of two first-to-market innovations.

Kora 3D’s unique Formula 3D® bed adhesive is a specially formulated multi-polymer mix which secures the first layer of a 3D print to the 3D printer’s build plate during the printing process and ensures it can be easily removed once the process is complete. It improves 3D print quality by ensuring the models don’t become loose and helps them cool evenly, preventing the bottom layer from warping and reducing filament wastage.

A non-flammable, water-based bed adhesive, Formula 3D is one of the safest bed adhesives available and boasts an alcohol content of less than 24%; alcohol-based bed adhesives typically have an alcohol content between 40% and 90%. Formula 3D is applied to the build plate using a foam head, rather than a spray, reducing the amount of adhesive required per print and preventing contamination of 3D printers’ mechanical parts and bearings. It also boasts an industry-leading shelf life of approximately two years.

Developed over three years as an alternative to spray-on adhesives which, due to existing legislation surrounding aerosols, cannot be shipped overseas, Formula 3D is available in 100ml and 500ml bottles and is suitable for use with the majority of build plates and 3D printing filaments. Because it is not an aerosol, Formula 3D can be posted anywhere in the world and can be applied to either heated or unheated plates. Its unique formula is designed to withstand build plate temperatures in excess of 80°C.

Also launching is the new Safety Cleaner-3D, an eco-friendly anti-static cleaning spray designed specifically for use with both safety cabinets and 3D printers. It prevents static build-up and removes and repels dust, small particles and residual emissions in and around 3D printers.

As a result, the cleaning spray also addresses the Health and Safety Executive’s recently released report Measuring and Controlling Emissions from Desktop 3D Printers.

As part of Kora 3D’s pledge to reduce plastic waste within the environment, both new products are available in refillable bottles, delivering a significant saving in both cost and materials, and reducing the number of single-use plastic bottles being manufactured.

Kora 3D also offers a ‘Refill Bottle Programme’ which enables customers who buy six or more bottles to return them to be refilled free of charge using an SAE which is supplied at the point of purchase. The bottles are then refilled and returned to the customer within a maximum of 48 hours. Customers using the refill service will also receive a 20% discount off the price of the refills.

Steve Burrows, Managing Director of Kora 3D, said: “Health and safety is our top priority so we’re proud to have developed an incredibly effective print bed adhesive that is safer to use than many of the alternatives currently on the market.

“Formula 3D is also more resource efficient because, unlike spray-based adhesives, it is easy to apply accurately, which also reduces the risk of any adhesive coming into contact with the 3D printer’s moving parts which, if left to accumulate, can cause serious damage over time.

“We’re delighted to add more options to our ever-increasing collection of products and firmly believe these new additions will become go-to solutions for users of 3D printers for many years to come.”


Primary school pupils across the UK are getting ready to celebrate a Harvest Festival with a difference this month, using exciting new digital resources.

Discovery Education Espresso has collaborated with Switzerland’s Alimentarium Academy to produce harvest videos, games and activities for today’s digital classrooms. The engaging multimedia content will help children to explore why Harvest Festival is so important and learn how it is celebrated around the world.

Taking a tour from North America to Asia, pupils will see how harvest time happens in different countries, discovering the diverse traditions and rituals that celebrate the end of each growing season. From farm to fork they’ll explore a tasty array of national dishes, comparing international meals with their own and learning about the nutritional value of different food groups.

The sharing of food with friends and family is at the centre of every harvest celebration, and the new digital resources will engage children with the social aspects of eating, showing how and why people come together to give thanks for the food on their plate. As Harvest Festival approaches (21-23 September), pupils will also consider the impact of today’s global food market, making links with sustainability, the technology of food preservation and their own food choices.

Hazel Carter from Discovery Education said:

“We’re delighted to collaborate with Alimentarium Academy to offer schools new digital resources to celebrate Harvest Festival. From discovering food traditions in other countries to understanding more about nutrition, the new multimedia content will help teachers to engage children with one of the world’s oldest festivals while learning about sustainability and the environment.”

Part of a 3-year partnership between Alimentarium and Discovery Education, the new digital resources will help primary school teachers to meet National Curriculum requirements in areas such as Geography, PSHE and Design and Technology.

The new content is available to schools with a Discovery Education Espresso subscription now. Schools interested in a free trial of the Discovery Education Espresso service can request one here.

Alimentarium Academy is part of the world famous Alimentarium Museum – an international public learning centre for all issues relating to food and nutrition. Discovery Education Espresso is one of the UK’s leading digital learning services, delivering dynamic curriculum matched content to over half of the UK’s primary schools.

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Teachers and pupils at Hook Lane Primary, Bexley, kick off new school year with celebration as they join Maritime Academy Trust

Teachers and pupils at Hook Lane Primary School in Bexley are welcoming the new school year with a celebration, having become the eighth member of the Maritime Academy Trust, an educational charity serving primary pupils across London and Kent. This exciting development will provide Hook Lane, a thriving mixed community school rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, with outstanding opportunities to collaborate with other Maritime schools across the South East, sharing good practice in teaching as well as a unique and creative curriculum that inspires its pupils.

Headed up by Nick Osborne, CEO and National Leader in Education, Maritime Academy Trust (MAT) follows an innovative entrepreneurial curriculum, designed to cultivate creativity and encourage pupils to adapt and succeed in the modern world, whilst focussing on the importance of great behaviour in every school.

By joining forces with Maritime, Hook Lane will be able to offer its pupils this unique ‘big outcomes’ curriculum that has been rolled out across all schools in the Trust. At its core, Maritime challenges pupils to find solutions to real-world issues, allowing their creativity and confidence to flourish. Hook Lane shares Maritime’s vision to ensure that every child fulfils their learning potential whilst developing the key skills, knowledge and mindset to successfully navigate the future workplace.

Hook Lane will also benefit from being part of a wider group by being able to share good practice in teaching and provide direct access to peer support for Headteachers, underpinned by strong back office support and a cohesive HR and Finance strategy.

Commenting on the alliance, Nick Osborne, CEO said, “We are delighted that Maritime’s strengths are being recognised in the borough of Bexley, extending our reach beyond our founding boroughs of Greenwich and Medway. Hook Lane joins us with a range of strengths, including supporting children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, as it has a dedicated unit for children with ASD. We are all very much looking forward to working with staff and pupils in Hook Lane.”

Hook Lane will continue to foster strong links with parents, keeping them informed primarily through pupils’ class teachers and senior leaders; in addition, parents will be kept updated on developments within Maritime through the termly newsletter.

Natalie Cummings, Headteacher at Hook Lane, is thrilled about the new partnership with Maritime: “After meeting Nick Osborne and members of staff at all levels across several of the Maritime Academy Trust schools, we believe the Maritime Academy Trust shares the same core values and ethos that we currently have here at Hook Lane – where our school motto is ‘Encouraging Fearless Learners’.

“Working in partnership with other schools will enable us to flourish and ensure our children receive a high quality learning experience as we learn from each other and share best practice. Having a dedicated lead for Teaching and Learning across the whole trust is a brilliant idea as they can create links between schools as well as guide them in finding the best support.”

Discovery Education and STEMROBO Technologies Announce Partnership Supporting STEM Education Across India

–New Agreement Empowers STEMROBO to Sell Discovery Education’s Award-Winning Digital Services to Indian Public and Private Schools–

Discovery Education, the award-winning provider of curriculum-matched digital resources, engaging content, and professional learning for classrooms worldwide, today announced a new agreement with the India-based education technology company STEMROBO Technologies supporting STEM education across South Asia.  Through this new agreement, the STEMROBO team is now empowered to sell Discovery Education’s award-winning STEM Connect and Coding services to public and private schools throughout India.

Built to bring STEM learning to life, Discovery Education’s STEM Connect helps pupils to develop the creative, critical thinking, communication and collaboration skills they need for the future. Featuring flexible, modular learning units, STEM Connect provides learners with an easy-to-follow educational experience through high-quality interdisciplinary resources that can be used in a wide variety of classrooms and across all subjects. Enquiry-based activities, hands-on challenges and dynamic video content help pupils to make the link between STEM and real-world issues and to explore the future challenges faced by our planet.

Discovery Education Coding is one of the UK’s leading digital classroom resources. The award-winning service, refreshed and updated for 2019, helps pupils to take coding from concept to reality, featuring step-by-step lessons that teach students the basics of block coding, HTML and Python. Engaging videos make complex concepts simple and provide visual illustrations of what pupils need to achieve in each lesson.

“Discovery Education is excited to join STEMROBO in bringing the highest-quality digital STEM and Coding resources to Indian educators and students,” said Will Lock, President of Discovery Education International.  “Together, we are able to address educators in approximately 1.4 million schools serving India’s more than 250 million students and help them in creating the dynamic digital learning environments we know will support India’s continued economic growth.”

STEMROBO is an Indian EdTech company that seeks to make learning fun for all students.  STEMROBO’s products and services enable students to learn and experiment in STEM and robotics and grow the skills that will propel students to future success.

“STEMROBO and Discovery Education are completely aligned in our vision to help all Indian students grow from consumers, to innovators, and finally to creators,” said Anurag Gupta, Founder of STEMROBO Technologies. “We at STEMROBO look forward to a productive partnership that ultimately benefits the teachers and students of India.”

To learn more about STEMROBO Technologies, visit

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A DISUSED football stadium has been redeveloped to create a new, modern educational facility that will help to meet future demand for secondary and sixth form school places in the London Borough of Barnet.

Pick Everard – the independent property, construction and infrastructure consultancy – delivered architectural services for the non-selective, non-denominational state-funded Ark Pioneer Academy, which welcomes its first cohort of 180 year seven pupils this month (September).

The £25m project will provide 900 secondary and 300 sixth form places when it reaches full capacity. The new school is based on the site of the former Underhill Stadium, which was used by Barnet Football Club from 1907 through to April 2013.

Steve Cummings, director at Pick Everard, said: “We are delighted to have delivered high-quality educational facilities to assist in meeting Barnet’s demand for secondary and sixth form school places.

“As well as 26 classrooms, the school features two dozen other spaces for specialist activities such as dedicated music rooms, ICT facilities, workshops and a hall for performances. An indoor sports hall and a new, hard surfaced multi-use games area – which can be used for netball, football and hockey – has also been constructed, with the potential for community use outside of school hours.

“The site is rich with history as it was used by Barnet FC for more than a century before the club moved to its current home at The Hive. Since 2013, the site has been mostly vacant and was purchased by the Education & Skills Funding Agency in 2015 to address Barnet’s urgent need for new school places.

“The original stadium was well known for having a football pitch that dropped 11 feet from one end to another and the new building makes use of this existing site topography by providing learning accommodation through a series of split levels. The building is also positioned on a north-south axis, ensuring that classrooms can acquire optimum levels of daylight for teaching, without over-lighting.”

In its latest report, the Greater London Assembly identified that the London Borough of Barnet would need the equivalent of between four and eight new secondary schools by 2025 to keep up with demand.

Ark, a network of 38 schools, has opened several other new schools in north London in the past 10 years, including King Solomon Academy, Ark Academy, Isaac Newton Academy and Ark John Keats Academy – all of which have been judged as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Aishling Ryan, principal of Ark Pioneer Academy, said: “At Ark Pioneer, we have high aspirations for every one of our pupils. We believe that every child has the ability to be knowledgeable, articulate and successful and we’ll ensure they understand the impact a great secondary education can have on their future lives. This is encapsulated in our vision – that every pupil joining us will leave with real options, to go onto further study in university or into the career of their choice. We look forward to welcoming our special founding pupils on 2nd September!”

The main contractor for the project was Bowmer + Kirkland – a construction and development group headquartered in Derbyshire, with offices in Reading and London.

Regional director Gary Bradley said: “We are delighted to have worked with Pick Everard on this project for Ark. It provides much-needed, high quality school places to an ever-growing community.”

Pick Everard employs more than 500 staff across its 13 UK offices, providing a range of project, cost and design consultancy services. For more information, please visit

Cyber Discovery: UK government-backed cyber security programme for teenagers returns for third year

Free, online training programme aimed at inspiring the next generation of cyber security stars extends scope to include students aged 13

3rd September, London, UK – The highly successful, DCMS-backed online cyber security training programme, Cyber Discovery, today launches for a third year across the UK. Delivered for DCMS (the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) by global IT security training organisation SANS Institute, Cyber Discovery aims to help close the UK’s cyber security skills gap by inspiring teenagers to pursue a career in the industry.

This year, the programme will build on its previous successes, and is opening its doors to students aged 13 for the first time.

Over 46,000 young people aged between 14 and 18 have already taken part in the Cyber Discovery programme over the past two years, which uses an online game platform with hundreds of hours of challenges and teaching, to educate teenagers about the skills needed to be a cyber security expert in a fun, safe, and challenging setting. Cyber Discovery was launched as part of the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy and sits within the CyberFirst portfolio of skills development initiatives, part of the £1.9 billion investment made by the UK government to help young people explore their passion for technology and nurture their talent.

Cyber Security Minister Nigel Adams said:

“Our tech sector is one of the UK’s greatest strengths but to support its continued success we need a skilled and diverse workforce. Cyber Discovery has already inspired thousands of young people to think about a career in the cyber industry and I hope this year’s students will also have fun learning about the opportunities on offer.”

The £20 million Cyber Discovery programme teaches students a broad range of disciplines including digital forensics, penetration testing, defending against web attacks, cryptography and ethics. The programme is comprised of four phases: an initial assessment stage, CyberStart Assess; CyberStart Game and CyberStart Essentials, designed to enhance the skills of those who have made it through the initial assessment stage. The top performers then attend CyberStart Elite camps, designed to further prepare them for a career in the cyber profession by providing industry-leading training, career advice, soft skills development and a Capture the Flag contest.

James Lyne, CTO at SANS Institute and one of the creators of the programme, said:

I have been amazed by the level of young talent coming out of the Cyber Discovery programme – and so excited for the launch of year 3, with even more students learning about the fascinating arena of cyber security. The current inability to find enough skilled people needed to secure our world’s future technology and data is a really scary prospect. With all the technology controlling our utilities, financial markets, business data and even our homes we desperately need to make sure our future cyber defenders are trained and ready to thwart the cyber criminals. Time and again over the past couple of years, I have seen students who originally had no idea they would be any good at security demonstrating amazing capabilities, so the key takeaway for me is to have a go! You might just be what we need to stop the bad guys, and have a lot of fun doing it!”

The initiative is also preparing teenagers for the world of professional cyber security work, by exposing them to problems that are faced by security professionals on a daily basis, and giving them the skills to enter industry early, or to learn more about cyber security in higher education.

Daniel Milnes, who took part in Cyber Discovery in year two, has already gone on to secure a job in cyber security straight out of school. Many of this year’s Elite students are also soon to take a coveted GIAC (Global Information Assurance Certification) examination – a qualification that is normally achieved by professionals with significant cyber security experience in the workplace.

Daniel said of his exposure to the programme:

Cyber Discovery has really been revolutionary for me and my future plans. As I came to the end of my GCSEs, I was expecting two more uneventful years of education before beginning a career in systems administration, but then I attended a presentation about Cyber Discovery. I decided to sign up as just something to pass the time, but quickly found myself in a whirlwind of education on topics I’d never even considered before. When I started, I couldn’t have told you the first thing about web application security, cryptology, digital forensics, and the countless other topics covered, so to be able to learn about and practise them for free was amazing. I’ve made friends through the programme, pushed my existing skills to their limits, and learnt so many more, so much so that I’m now working as a Cyber Security Consultant, which is something I would never have dreamed of before Cyber Discovery.

Registration and completion of the first assessment phase closes on 25th October 2019. You can find out more here.