Bourne had their first enthuse partnership visit from Funtington Primary School. The Enthuse Partnership is linking the transition of Primary to Secondary education, working with their teachers and wider influencers to increase attainment and raise aspirations for STEM, to increases young people’s interest and attainment in STEM. 30 children attended a STEM afternoon, consisting of project based learning, combining the skills in robotics, programming, maths and engineering design, to solve a problem, racing a small car. Mr Starr from Funtington Primary School commented “To see the children having the ability to problem solve and use resources that they cannot obtain at the school is exhilarating”. Overall this first visit in this two year project was a success and Funtington are looking forward to visiting us again.