For three years Godolphin has entered a team in the Salisbury Soroptimists STEM Challenge competition. Soroptimist International is a global volunteer movement whose aim is to Educate, Empower and Enable opportunities for women and girls.
This year’s competition was to find a sustainable solution to help people in the poorest parts of the world, and we’re delighted to say the team from Godolphin won with their eco-friendly method of helping people with poor access to clean water.
The team presented their project to a group of judges from DSTL and scientists from Wessex Archaeology, who sponsored the challenge, and the evening involved an inspirational talk from a Principle Marine Geoarchaeologist and a Forensic Explosives expert.
Mrs Hwa-Day & Mr Connor