Canterbury Christ Church University and Primary Engineer Programmes have announced the winners of the “If you were an engineer, what would you do?” South East competition.
Launched at the end of 2018, the competition aims to inspire a generation of young people, from all backgrounds, to explore and seek careers in engineering, science and technology.
More than 3,300 primary and secondary pupils from Kent, Essex, East Sussex worked with local engineers and created ideas and designs to help solve real-world problems and issues.
The following gallery features a group photo of all 23 winners, and several individual photos celebrating the students achievements in the competition.
A lucky 23 pupils had their inventions selected as winning designs, and they celebrated at an awards ceremony earlier this month, when their winning designs displayed at a public exhibition at the University’s Augustine House.