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Students with their suitcases travelling to Cambodia

Students from The British School Yangon travelled to Cambodia, for the South East Asian, STEAM Festival.

Students from The British School Yangon travelled to our fellow regional Nord Anglia School, Northbridge International School Cambodia, for the South East Asian, STEAM Festival.

 

Student making a model

The STEAM Festival is a NAE collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is designed to prepare students for our rapidly evolving world. 

Each year MIT releases a “challenge” to schools which help to teach students key transferrable skills through hands-on, interdisciplinary learning across STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) and use them to tackle real-world challenges.

On day one students were able to get involved in many activities and workshops, all teaching valuable skills in the run up to the challenge release, such as a 2D animation workshop, a doggy wheelchair workshop and an inspirational lecture from a guest speakers from MIT.

On day two the challenge was set, to create a STEAM Super Hero - a working model of a super hero.

Over 100 students from 10 South East Asian schools were split into random groups and given the day to complete the challenge.

We were able to meet both students and teachers from the other participating schools and it was great to see our students participating fully. Our students have done us proud. It has been great to see them working collaboratively, innovatively and enquiringly, and in particular, the BSY contingent have shown some real leadership qualities.
Claire Sugdon, Head of Science and STEAM lead at BSY
Students working collaboratively

After all their hard work the students were able to enjoy some well-deserved downtime, playing football, basketball and volleyball before a pizza party in the evening.

Congratulations to Maia and Daniel, part of the Orange Team, who were honoured with the Beaver Award. The Beaver is MIT’s Mascot and was awarded for the team’s high levels of collaboration and innovation.

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