All SySTEMs Go Logo Competition Winner

Thank you to everyone that took part in our All SySTEMs Go Logo Competition, we had so many wonderful entries, which made it incredibly difficult to choose a winner for the projects logo.

After a lot of deliberation, we tallied the votes from staff and our partners, and the final winner was chosen. It has links to Tim Peake and Principia with the use of the famous Newton’s Apple, it has a LEGO Earth, as well as the Welsh dragon peaking over a spaceship in orbit.

Well done to Pown Hughes (aged 10) from Ysgol Llywelyn who has won the logo design competition (check out Pown’s entry below). Pown has won a full day of Space themed LEGO Education activities for her and her School. Pown’s logo is now the official All SySTEMs Go project logo and will feature on the All SySTEMs Go materials and publicity.

All SySTEMs Go Logo Competition Winner
Left. Pown Hughes Entry. Right. Digital Created Version.

The All SySTEMs Go Logo Competition launched on the 2nd of February 2016 and closed on the 13th May. The competition was open to children aged 7-14 (key stage 2 and 3), it was to design a logo that incorporated the project name ‘All SySTEMs Go’, for use with the project.

The G2G Communities CIC ‘All SySTEMs Go’ project, supported by the National Science Academy (NSA) and Welsh Government, will run between January 2016 and March 2018. It will use LEGO Education robotics and other resources to highlight the potential of STEAM related education, training and employment with regard to the new opportunities expected as part of the Welsh Space Strategy.

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