Careers event at Sydenham School spells tech success

Careers event at Sydenham School spells tech success

The girls learn about technology and architecture

The pupils hear about what it takes to go into technology

First published in Bromley News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by

A GIRLS’ school held a technology careers event to celebrate a £23 million redevelopment.

Sydenham School, which specialises in science and maths, organised the fair this month so that students could learn about the professions involved in the site’s three-year revamp due to start in January.

Billed as a Building Schools for the Future Story-Board the event enabled the girls to quiz female practitioners representing science, technology and engineering.

Headteacher Carolyn Unsted said: "It is an ideal opportunity for us and so this is the first in a whole series of ways in which we aim to turn the building works to our students’ advantage, integrating it within our curriculum and using it as a means of broadening their horizons." 

Watkins Grey International is designing the new school and its surrounding landscape in Dartmouth Road and sent along architect Stephanie Bryan.

She told the pupils: "One of the great pleasures and challenges you face as an architect is having to problem-solve every day."

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