L5 pupil Kyran Demetri has completed over 45 hours of STEMM activities to achieve a bronze Youth STEMM Award.
The Youth STEMM award is a skills award to support and inspire the next generation into STEMM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine. Pupils can work towards a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award by undertaking STEMM-based activities at school, at home or online.
As part of his Award, Kyran interviewed Professor Ben Garrod, Professor of Evolutionary Biology at UEA, to get some expert advice on his ambition of becoming a paleoanthropologist.
Here is what Kyran had to say about taking part in the Youth STEMM Award:
"I have really enjoyed carrying out the bronze award, I particularly enjoyed researching and broadening my knowledge in the different career options within STEMM. I look forward to working towards my silver award next!"
Well done Kyran!