STEM 4 Sustainability Competition For Schools

Students complete Twin’s STEM-based sustainability training and use their skills to design & showcase their sustainability projects.

Pricing is $600 (Up to 200 students. Ages 7-13)

Compete With The Best

Showcase Your School And Your Students'
Sustainability Projects On A Global Scale!

Competition Process

1. Sustainability
Training

Students follow up sustainability & environmental education content aligned with UN SDGs.

2. Design
Prototype

Students design and build hands-on prototype projects for real world problems.

3. Present in
Virtual Finals

Students present how they solve the problem linking it with related SDG’s

What students need to know?

  • Students age group will be 7 to 13.
  • Students will work as a team of 4 members.
  • Each team will have a team advisor (teacher) and 4 students.
  • Each team will research and define a real world problem they care about. Problems should be described by emphasizing who is affected and how.
  • Students will brainstorm and describe a design for a new solution to the problem using STEM concepts. 
  • Teams are free to use any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school. (Twin kits, LEGO kits or other STEM kits)
  • Each team will build a prototype of their solution.
  • Teams will share their solution with a 3 minute video in Twin app.

What teachers need to know?

  • Each school can have up to 5 teams. Teams can have different team advisors or 1 team advisor can be responsible from 5 teams.
  • Team advisors will observe children’s performance in 6 weeks educational period and form teams after this period. 
  • The challenge of the competition will be providing a STEM solution to a real-world problem related to sustainability. 
  • Teams can use any STEM or craft material available in the school. Schools that wish to procure a STEM kit can buy Twin STEM Education Pack with 20% discount.
  • Team advisors will empower students to define a problem, come up with a STEM solution, build a prototype and create a 3 minute video.
  • Teams will work on the challenge. Team advisors will help students to link the solutions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Team advisors will submit the video in Twin app.

What students need to know?

  • Students age group will be 7 to 13.
  • Students will work as a team of 4 members.
  • Each team will have a team advisor (teacher) and 4 students.
  • Each team will research and define a real world problem they care about. Problems should be described by emphasizing who is affected and how.
  • Students will brainstorm and describe a design for a new solution to the problem using STEM concepts. 
  • Teams are free to use any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school. (Twin kits, LEGO kits or other STEM kits)
  • Each team will build a prototype of their solution.
  • Teams will share their solution with a 3 minute video in Twin app.

What teachers need to know?

  • Each school can have up to 5 teams. Teams can have different team advisors or 1 team advisor can be responsible from 5 teams.
  • Team advisors will observe children’s performance in 6 weeks educational period and form teams after this period. 
  • The challenge of the competition will be providing a STEM solution to a real-world problem related to sustainability. 
  • Teams can use any STEM or craft material available in the school. Schools that wish to procure a STEM kit can buy Twin STEM Education Pack with 20% discount.
  • Team advisors will empower students to define a problem, come up with a STEM solution, build a prototype and create a 3 minute video.
  • Teams will work on the challenge. Team advisors will help students to link the solutions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Team advisors will submit the video in Twin app.

What students need to know?

  • Students age group will be 7 to 13.
  • Students will work as a team of 4 members.
  • Each team will have a team advisor (teacher) and 4 students.
  • Each team will research and define a real world problem they care about. Problems should be described by emphasizing who is affected and how.
  • Students will brainstorm and describe a design for a new solution to the problem using STEM concepts. 
  • Teams are free to use any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school. (Twin kits, LEGO kits or other STEM kits)
  • Each team will build a prototype of their solution.
  • Teams will share their solution with a 3 minute video in Twin app.

What teachers need to know?

  • Each school can have up to 5 teams. Teams can have different team advisors or 1 team advisor can be responsible from 5 teams.
  • Team advisors will observe children’s performance in 6 weeks educational period and form teams after this period. 
  • The challenge of the competition will be providing a STEM solution to a real-world problem related to sustainability. 
  • Teams can use any STEM or craft material available in the school. Schools that wish to procure a STEM kit can buy Twin STEM Education Pack with 20% discount.
  • Team advisors will empower students to define a problem, come up with a STEM solution, build a prototype and create a 3 minute video.
  • Teams will work on the challenge. Team advisors will help students to link the solutions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Team advisors will submit the video in Twin app.

Competition Awards

Trip to New York,
UN Headquarters

Twin School Pack
in $500 Value

Sustainability
Trophy

Sustainability
Certificate

Competition review committee

Meryl Batchelder

UN Accredited Teacher

Prof Ger Graus OBE

KidZania

Dr. Sunday Popo-Ola

Imperial College London