STEM in the workplace
Year 10 pupils at Cookstown High School recently participated in a unique and innovative event highlighting the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Skills in the modern workplace.
Ambassadors from local and global companies in collaboration with CookstownHigh School past pupils shared their own exciting experiences with pupils through activities, displays, props and presentations.
Many thanks to the following who assisted in a very enjoyable and successful day:
Simon Rafferty, Bombardier (Tool Design Engineer)
Paul Carson, Head of Technology
Heather Thornton, CAFRE (Food Scientist)
Paul Barrett, Podiatrist
Nicholas Graham, Biology Teacher
Cathal McKenna, Road Service (Civil Engineer)
Johnston Bell, Chartered Structural Engineer
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