EESW are here to support all teams taking part in the Sixth Form Project in 2021 and we understand that things will have to run a little differently this year.
We want to encourage teams to continue with their projects during these difficult times and have decided to take steps to ensure that teachers and students have as much time as possible to work on their briefs.
We have therefore decided to extend the submission date for the Written Report and Video Presentation until Friday 28th May 2021 (before May half term). This will give students time before and after the Easter holidays to prepare.
EESW will then review projects and invite teams to attend a virtual Question and Answer session during the summer term (depending on situation with examinations), as it is currently unlikely that physical events will be able to take place.
We will continue to monitor the school closures and restrictions surrounding COVID-19 and will keep you updated of any changes. If you have any questions or require any help, please contact your local EESW project representative, who will be happy to discuss and assist with your request.
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We are pleased that the winner and runners-up of this year's EESW Student of the Year Award, gratefully supported by Industry Wales, was presented on Thursday 26th November 2020 at the Welsh Automotive Forum's Autolink 2020 event.
We were delighted that Ken Skates MS, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales was present to announce the winner and runners-up, which you can watch below:
We would like to thank all of our award sponsors below who have continued to support the EESW Project 2019-20.