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£2m new STEM centre at St Faith's School

By Gemma Gardner

Professor Lord Robert Mair opens The Hub STEM facility at St Faiths School
Professor Lord Robert Mair opens The Hub STEM facility at St Faiths 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.


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