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how study of s.t.e.m. subjects inspired one architect's career

amy butt, former associate director, bpr architects, presented awards on the evening to students who had been recognised for the commitment to, and achievement in, the s.t.e.m. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects. amy was particularly pleased to present one of the awards to moses kalyango semakula (aged 18) who had had a period of work experience at bpr architects earlier in the year and particularly impressed the bpr team with his skills using the computer aided design (cad) software.

Wide ernest bevin stem awards group shot
Wide ernest bevin stem awards building model

pupils at ernest bevin college talk amy butt through their progress with 3d modelling

Wide ernest bevin stem awards classroom

amy discusses the importance of drawing details in architectural projects with the s.t.e.m. students of ernest bevin college

amy told those receiving awards and attending the ceremony: “it is a privilege to see the amazing work that is being done by staff and students at ernest bevin college. studying s.t.e.m. subjects gave me a joy of problem solving, a desire to understand how the world works and an ability to communicate with other professionals on a technical level. i would like to congratulate all the award winners and look forward to continuing the process of innovation & collaboration that has been recognised by ernest bevin college gaining s.t.e.m.-assured status.