Dyson TAG Workshop

Dyson engineer, Sophie Adams, has been into College to work with a group of our year 9 & 10 students on creating the future of clean air technology. After a brief talk on current solutions to air pollution, students worked in groups of four to create their own versions of new technology that could help to create clean air. Solutions ranged from mini windmills that compress pollutants into building blocks to street lamps that purify smog and flame throwers that do not emit carbon dioxide for agricultural use. Thank you to The James Dyson Foundation for an amazing workshop!