Pupils have an eye on engineering careers!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Student Sam Cissa works on his version of the London Eye Student Sam Cissa works on his version of the London Eye

Budding engineers from two secondary schools built models of the London Eye during a competition at the University of Bradford.

Pupils from Pudsey Grangefield and St Bede’s were tasked with building a 2.8-metre model of the landmark.

Joanne Crowther, of the university, said: “Pudsey won the prize for best wheel because they followed the task to specification. St Bede’s did two smaller wheels, although they were creative and made it into a little carousel.”

She added: “They all enjoyed it – there are definitely some budding engineers.”

The university-led project was co-ordinated by the Engineering Development Trust (EDT), with Joanne adding: “It’s about inspiring youngsters to think about engineering as a career.”

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