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Engineering

Engineering is about solving problems in the real world.

Our pupils develop advanced design skills and gain an enhanced understanding of the nature of Engineering.

Throughout our curriculum, and in exciting co-curricular work, pupils find creative solutions to real engineering problems. All pupils receive an introduction to Engineering in the Fourth Form and about one in three choose to take Engineering at GCSE level. Each year, between 15 and 20 pupils go on to study Engineering in the Eighth Form (Year 12 and 13).

GCSE

We have the freedom to develop our own unique approach to the teaching of Engineering. Our courses at GCSE emphasise the multidisciplinary nature of engineering and the links between engineering design, science and mathematics. They also introduce students to the complexity and multifaceted nature of engineering problem solving.

We currently make use of three Engineering qualifications at GCSE: Product Design, Systems and Control and Electronics. However, our courses are never restricted to the specification content alone.

A Level

At A level, we have developed our own unique Engineering course based on the聽Edexcel Extended Project (EP) at Level 3, which aims to give our students an enhanced understanding of the nature of Engineering. Our students also have the freedom to complete ambitious and demanding Engineering design projects that are frequently indistinguishable from undergraduate level work.

Co-curricular

Exciting and challenging extra-curricular activities provide a natural extension to our curriculum. St. Paul鈥檚 School has achieved success in national and international Engineering competitions including the Schools鈥 Aerospace Challenge, ESA鈥檚 CANSAT competition and the Greenpower F24 and F24+ competition. Our pupils and staff routinely use the latest Engineering design and rapid prototyping tools, and are passionate enthusiasts of Robotics, 3D printer building, and a new push into the Internet of Things. Pupils are regularly awarded prestigious Arkwright Scholarships in Engineering.

Team Firefly

Team Firefly is 快色视频鈥檚 School鈥檚 motorsport racing team that takes part in the Greenpower F24/F24+ competition.

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Engineering Society

Engineering Society (commonly referred to as EnSoc) gives students exposure to hands-on engineering challenges and talks.

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