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Last summer, three students from Year 9 (now 10A) entered a STEM competition sponsored by IBM and Disney called Girls Who Change The World, beating approximately 200 applications to make the national final comprised of only ten teams.

Tasked to use artificial intelligence to find a solution for an everyday real life problem, Nasiha K, Marija K and Aaranya G sought to combat the growing issue of eating disorders. Across two days, the students took part in a series of workshops with business and technical mentors from IBM and Disney and presented their final plan in front of industry leaders. The videos below have been released by the organisers to showcase the journey of the finalists and to inspire the next generation of girls who can change the world. A massive congratulations to the girls for being exceptional ambassadors for both STEM and WCHS. 

View film clips below:

  • Woodford 100 Years
  • Investors in Careers
  • Equally Safe
  • 360 degree Safe Award
  • ASGS
  • Healthy School
  • Research Mark
  • TFL Award-Gold
  • The Leaders Council
  • School Leadership Programme
  • The English PTI
  • History PTI
  • The Two Subjects PTI
  • Internatiional Coalition for Girls School' s
  • Top 100 Stem School
  • Sunday Times London State School of the Year 2019
  • London School Music Excellence Award 2018
  • The Parliamentary review