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The Rube Goldberg Global Challenge starts....

17 March 2016

  • Rube Goldberg machines - 18 March
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  • Rube Goldberg machines - 18 March
  • Rube Goldberg machines - 18 March
  • Rube Goldberg machines - 18 March

The 2016 Rube Goldberg Global Campus Challenge focuses on STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. This year the Global Challenge involves the whole school collaborating and working together to create the biggest, most exciting and inventive RUBE GOLDBERG machine that Nord Anglia Education has ever seen! 

At NAIS, our pupils and teachers have been working on various designs and today the school showed off some of these. It truly shows off our "Be ambitious" philosophy as the children had to try and try again to see what works. 

We saw some excellent machines today from each of the Year groups. Have a look at some of the photos above. 

The final global project submissions have to be in by 11 April and our global team will be looking at categories such as the most creative, most unusual, most technical, most environmentally friendly and most ambitious (of course).