This week, the Year 5 and 6 STEM Club at High Lawn took part in the "Spaghetti Challenge" and were given the task of constructing a tower made from only spaghetti and plasticine! Prizes were on offer for the tallest structure but also for the one which had the best design.

Bethany and Evie produced the tallest tower standing at 52 centimetres. The best design was a model of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

The Primary STEM Clubs have now finished until the summer term when we look forward to more fun at Sharples with our local primary school pupils.