£2m new STEM centre at St Faith's School
A new £2million STEM facility was officially opened at St Faith's School, Cambridge, by former pupil, Professor Lord Robert Mair.
The hub facility is designed to link all aspects of STEM – including science, maths, computing, engineering, art and design, education in one large multi-functional space.
Until recently, Prof Mair was the president of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Those attending the launch witnessed the unveiling,which was devised by Year 8 pupils. It saw a pulley system release a flying car, which whizzed across the width of the hub to unleash a marble run, ultimately raising a curtain to reveal the commemorative plaque.