Yewlands Academy working with JRI Orthopaedics win 3i Innovation Competition

Year 9 Students (13-14 years old) competing in the 3i Work-wise Made in Sheffield Innovation Competition, pitching their creativity and design skills against other schools in a challenge set by employers. This year’s winners were Yewlands Academy working with JRI Orthopaedics from Sheffield.

Yewlands Academy team pictured with Mayor of Rotherham Cllr Lyndsay Pitchley, Master Cutler Richard Edwards and Mayor of Sheffield Cllr Denise Fox.

3i Innovation Competition Individual winner was Patryk Abat from Mexborough Academy who were working with Vulcan to the Sky.

Highly Commended were the all girls team from Handsworth Grange.

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