Invention Competition Winner Announced
Published: Tue 20 Oct 2015
We asked schools and community groups to take part in our Art & Science competition. Children designed their own inventions around the theme of "If you could invent anything, what would it be?" and submitted them for a chance to be part of a new exhibition.
We were overwhelmed by the response – from lollipop machines to flying robots, we had hundreds of wonderful entries from children of all ages. It was very difficult to choose a selection to display, as there were so many brilliant ideas. Special thanks to Brookland Junior School, Chambersbury Primary School, Courtland School, Danegrove Primary School, Independent Jewish Day School, Jewish International Day School, Leopold Primary School, Manorside School, Mosshall Junior School, Saffron Green Primary School, Stanborough School and Woodridge Primary School.
The overall winner of the competition is Milly, age 9, from Danesbrook School. Milly designed a flying robotic home for injured bees – even detailing how it would be built. This clever invention has won Milly and her family a £30 voucher to come and see a show at artsdepot.
The exhibition will be on display in Playdepot for everyone to enjoy until Monday 9 November. If you’d like to find out about the next exhibition competition, click here