The children were divided into teams of about 6 and then set the task of designing and building a sports stadium. The structures were constructed out of A4 paper tubes, flattened at the ends and bolted together. SATRO volunteers, comprising of Engineers and experienced professionals, advised the children on their designs and helped them find the strongest type of structure.
"I have a new fascination for science, engineering, maths and technology."
"I found and felt that engineering is not just building, it’s presenting and drawing and lots of hard work building prototypes. It also helped me work in a team."