On Friday 20/11/2015, Trinity High played host to the introductory morning for a 4 week preSTEM project. Primary 7 pupils from Trinity’s catchment area visited the school for the programme, administered by The Engineering Development Trust in conjunction with Clyde Gateway, which is designed to encourage children to become involved in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The project will see pupils improving their teamwork, creative, practical and analytical skills as they collaborate to create a presentation, focussed around how energy could be saved within schools, with the help of student mentors from Trinity High.
Schools involved in the programme are: St Cadoc’s Primary, St Mark’s Primary, St Bride’s Primary, St Columbkille’s Primary, St Anthony’s Primary, St Joachim’s Primary and St Charles’ Primary. Thank you everyone for coming, we wish you the best of luck on the rest of the project.