The competition encourages young people to think about how a whole community could tackle the problems we are facing, like climate change and resources running out. Taking part in this competition will also let young people explore the world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths), as well as improving skills like problem-solving!
We are pleased to announce that the IET 150 will award the winning entry from each competition class and each age category with a LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Essential Set or LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime Set, depending on the age group.
Download our brief competition guide for more information on the competition and how to enter.
Young people can enter the competition as an individual or a group, and more information is available by downloading the resources below.
To enter the competition, please email your poster/portfolio to IET150@eesw.org.uk along with a completed IET 150 Competition Entry Form
The closing date for entries is Friday 28th January 2022.
Below are our resources available to download for teachers, parents and young people entering the competition, click the image to download.
Who can enter the competition?
The IET 150 competition is open to all UK entrants, including Northern Ireland. Whilst EESW usually only delivers activities in Wales due to funding via the Welsh Government, we have developed this competition in conjunction with the IET to celebrate their 150th anniversary year.
What are the prizes?
We are pleased to announce that there will be a prize for each competition class and winning entries will receive either a LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Essential Set or LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime Set.
What is the maximum number of young people who can enter as a large group (10+)?
In order for every young person to be involved in their group, please note that the maximum number involved in large group entries is 30.
How do I contact you with a query?
If you have any queries directly relating to the IET 150 competition, please send us an email to IET150@eesw.org.uk