Year 10 Students Win the The Black Country Skills Factory 'Make It Challenge' 2015!

The Black Country Skills Factory ‘Make It’ Challenge is an annual City wide engineering competition run by the Black Country Skills Factory and the Wolverhampton Education and Business Partnership for year 10 girls.

Eight Year 10 students attended the event at the Molineux Stadium, where they completed two engineering design tasks as well as business, finance and marketing tasks, with the support of industry mentors. They then presented their work to a panel of judges from local businesses; including Santander and Carillion.

The girls worked very hard and delivered a very professional and well thought out presentation, resulting in them winning the competition!

Carillion have also invited them to a site visit of their current M6 project in Cannock. They worked very hard and we are very proud of them!

  Students: Neelam Patel, Manse Jassi, Ellie White, Amnique Sidhu, Mishal Ishaq, Jordanne Farley-Moss, Jindveer Khangura, Harsimran Shuthar with their trophy and competition medals.

Students: Neelam Patel, Manse Jassi, Ellie White, Amnique Sidhu, Mishal Ishaq, Jordanne Farley-Moss, Jindveer Khangura, Harsimran Shuthar with their trophy and competition medals.

Posted on March 26, 2015 .