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Busy end to Stamford Endowed Schools’ year

Stamford Endowed Schools pupils present their engineering project to staff at Cummins Generator Technologies. From left, Francesca Pye, Thomas MacDonald, Katherine Hawkswell, Douglas Hunter, Thomas Lane, Wei Juin Choy and Krzysztof Paciura. EMN-140808-113136001

Stamford Endowed Schools pupils present their engineering project to staff at Cummins Generator Technologies. From left, Francesca Pye, Thomas MacDonald, Katherine Hawkswell, Douglas Hunter, Thomas Lane, Wei Juin Choy and Krzysztof Paciura. EMN-140808-113136001

Pupils at Stamford Endowed Schools had a busy end to term with engineering projects, charity events and performing arts.

Four Year 12 pupils were invited to Cummins Generator Technologies in Stamford to present their Engineering Education Scheme project.

Thomas Lane, Francesca Pye, Douglas Hunter and Thomas MacDonald presented their solution to the brief “design and build a pig farm model to demonstrate renewable energy” to six engineers from the international firm.

Maths teacher Katherine Hawkswell said: “We would like to thank Cummins for their generosity, interest and for the experience the pupils gained.”

Stamford School pupils hosted an end-of-year tea party for clients of the Evergreen Care Trust. The school supported the charity through the year and pupils helped raise £350.

More than 60 guests enjoyed the tea party, with entertainment provided by pupils.

Year 6 pupils at Stamford School bowed out with a spectacular production of Pinocchio. They performed to 400 people at Stamford Corn Exchange.

And 13 Stamford Endowed School pupils visited Law Society president and old Stamfordian Nick Fluck, senior partner at Stapletons.

 

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