A celebration of Welsh Design & Technology, recognising and rewarding the next generation of innovators.
Working in conjunction with the Welsh Government, our Innovations Awards encourage young people in Wales to be technologically innovative and appreciate the importance of Design and Technology.
2019 Award Winners
|GCSE Winner||Q Misell - Ysgol Bro Edern|
|AS Level Winner and Overall Winner||Thomas Jenkins - Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun|
|A Level Winner||Jack Hughson - Ysgol Calon Cymru|
|Creativity Category||Amy Owen - Ysgol Uwchradd Caergybi|
|Intellectual Property Category||Morgan Rhys Clewer-Evans - Ysgol Preseli|
|CAD/CAM Category||Lucy Clark - Howells School|
For the GCSE, AS and A Level categories, the prizes were:
|1st||£250 for the winning student and £150 for the centre|
|2nd||£150 for the winning student and £125 for the centre|
|3rd||£100 for the winning student and £100 for the centre|
A look at the 2019 Innovations Awards Ceremony
Students, teachers and parents from schools and colleges across the country gathered at the Pierhead to find out the winners of the best inventions in the A level, AS and GCSE categories. The ceremony was held on the 10th of December and was attended by Kirsty Williams, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Ian Morgan WJEC Chief Executive. Thomas Jenkins, 18, from Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun in Cynon Valley was crowned the overall winner for his ‘stacking chair aid’, which helps move multiple chairs once they’ve been stacked. Further information on each winner is available from our latest news section.
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