A BUDDING scientist’s poster came top of the class in a national competition.
Blythe Camilleri-Willis, aged eight, from Solhull, was awarded first prize in the Infant Category of the British Science Week National Poster Competition.
The Crackley Hall School pupil’s poster featuring a Volcano Energy Extraction System wowed the judges with his passion for the topic.
Back in March, the Kenilworth School celebrated British Science Week where pupils researched inventors before taking on the challenge of this year’s Science Week theme Innovating For The Future.
Teacher and science lead at Crackley Hall, Julia Roberts, said: “What an amazing win for Blythe.
“His volcano energy extraction invention was a marvellous innovation and his brightly coloured poster showed off both his scientific and design skills.”