International Greenwich Olympiad

Ages:Middle School, High School

Type:Submission

Categories:Art, Coding & Computer Science, Energy, Engineering, Environment, Legos, Photography, Robotics, Science, STEM, Technology, video, Writing

Scope:International

Registration Opens
Sep 19, 2022 12:01am
Europe/London

Registration Closes
Mar 1, 2023 12:01am
Europe/London

http://igolondon.co.uk/

International Greenwich Olympiad (IGO) is a Project Olympiad organised and hosted by North London Grammar School in London, United Kingdom.
We strive to ignite a passion and enthusiasm in students for science and technology by tapping into their curiosity and creativity.
• To assist students in learning more about and exploring scientific methods, techniques, and materials development while also obtaining new experiences through collaborative work with others.
• To encourage schools to work closely with their community and society. The parents of the participating students feel thrilled and proud watching their children designing their projects and being part of an international event. Parents also get a first-hand experience to get acquainted with various applications of science in their everyday life.
• To create a stimulating platform with indulging opportunities that offer a unique competition experience both on an individual and institutional level.
• To inspire potential future scientists, discover their talents and nurture them to become innovative inventors who will advance their society and humanity.
• To identify creative and talented students and provide them with exciting opportunities that will help further improve their skills.
• To help maximise students’ interest in science and, as a result, to make learning science an enjoyable experience for them.
• To encourage students to observe other students performing individually or in teams, so they can be inspired to pursue a future career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.
• To use science projects as an excellent tool to allow students to explore and experiment with different scientific theories and put them into practice.
• To provide opportunities to students and the wider community to be exposed to practical science applications in real-life situations.

Students are required to write a research paper and make sure that a printout is readily available alongside their project journal and all other tools and materials that they will need to display their project on a skirted table which will be provided by IGO. Categories include:

  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Social Science
  • Short Movie
  • Energy
  • STEAM

A jury of at least ten (10) professionals recognised for their expertise in the categories will evaluate the submitted projects. For the criteria as well as the further details, please visit: https://igolondon.co.uk/download/igo-guide-book/
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: http://igolondon.co.uk/

Managing Organization: North London Grammar School, UK

Contact:

p.mammedov@northlondongrammar.com

Entry Fee: $41

Eligibility:
<ul> <li>Secondary school students who are aged between 13 and 18 years old.</li> <li>Students are welcome to participate as individuals or in team of maximum three, not necessarily from the same school.</li> <li>Students must conduct their own research and prepare their own project; plagiarism is strictly prohibited.</li> <li>Students must be accompanied by an adult supervisor, who is over the age of 20 years. One supervisor can accompany a maximum of 6 students.</li> </ul>

Registration Opens
Sep 19, 2022 12:01am
Europe/London

Registration Closes
Mar 1, 2023 12:01am
Europe/London

Overview

International Greenwich Olympiad (IGO) is a Project Olympiad organised and hosted by North London Grammar School in London, United Kingdom.
We strive to ignite a passion and enthusiasm in students for science and technology by tapping into their curiosity and creativity.
• To assist students in learning more about and exploring scientific methods, techniques, and materials development while also obtaining new experiences through collaborative work with others.
• To encourage schools to work closely with their community and society. The parents of the participating students feel thrilled and proud watching their children designing their projects and being part of an international event. Parents also get a first-hand experience to get acquainted with various applications of science in their everyday life.
• To create a stimulating platform with indulging opportunities that offer a unique competition experience both on an individual and institutional level.
• To inspire potential future scientists, discover their talents and nurture them to become innovative inventors who will advance their society and humanity.
• To identify creative and talented students and provide them with exciting opportunities that will help further improve their skills.
• To help maximise students’ interest in science and, as a result, to make learning science an enjoyable experience for them.
• To encourage students to observe other students performing individually or in teams, so they can be inspired to pursue a future career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.
• To use science projects as an excellent tool to allow students to explore and experiment with different scientific theories and put them into practice.
• To provide opportunities to students and the wider community to be exposed to practical science applications in real-life situations.

Process

Students are required to write a research paper and make sure that a printout is readily available alongside their project journal and all other tools and materials that they will need to display their project on a skirted table which will be provided by IGO. Categories include:
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Social Science
  • Short Movie
  • Energy
  • STEAM

Criteria

A jury of at least ten (10) professionals recognised for their expertise in the categories will evaluate the submitted projects. For the criteria as well as the further details, please visit: https://igolondon.co.uk/download/igo-guide-book/

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: http://igolondon.co.uk/

Managing Organization: North London Grammar School, UK

Contact:

p.mammedov@northlondongrammar.com

Entry Fee: 41

Eligibility:
<ul> <li>Secondary school students who are aged between 13 and 18 years old.</li> <li>Students are welcome to participate as individuals or in team of maximum three, not necessarily from the same school.</li> <li>Students must conduct their own research and prepare their own project; plagiarism is strictly prohibited.</li> <li>Students must be accompanied by an adult supervisor, who is over the age of 20 years. One supervisor can accompany a maximum of 6 students.</li> </ul>

Deadlines

Registration Opens
Sep 19, 2022 12:01am
Europe/London

Registration Closes
Mar 1, 2023 12:01am
Europe/London