Ten teams of science whizz kids have tamed a group of dragons to emerge victorious at the KM Bright Spark Awards 2017.
The youngsters presented a variety of innovations, investigations, and inventions to an impressed panel of judges at the dragons’ den style competition final.
Staged at Discovery Park, Sandwich by the KM Charity Team, the exciting event saw the top 10 teams compete for trophies, experience prizes, and the title of KM Bright Spark Awards Champions 2017.
This year the champions’ crown and £500 prize money went to pupils from Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar, Canterbury for their ‘Does Biodiversity Make You Happy?’ project. Their investigation involved testing more than 600 individuals to confirm a positive correlation between spending time in the school’s orchard and improved psychological and physiological wellbeing.
The champs also received a certificate for their school to display plus a money can’t buy experience prize donated by Astro Communications that will be tailored to the group.
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