Youngsters ride on the crest of a wave

FREE FIRST USE''Thousands of school pupils from all over Scotland descend on Glasgow's SECC for The Big Bang Scotland Fair 2013, one of the country's biggest celebrations of science, technology, engineering and maths.''St. Ninian's High School, East Renfrewshire.''Further Info:'Shona Hendry'07739 314158'shona.hendry@bigpartnership.co.uk''Lenny Warren / Warren Media'07860 830050  01355 229700'lenny@warrenmedia.co.uk'www.warrenmedia.co.uk''All images � Warren Media 2013. Free first use only for editorial in connection with the commissioning client's  press-released story. All other rights are reserved. Use in any other context is expressly prohibited without prior permission.
FREE FIRST USE''Thousands of school pupils from all over Scotland descend on Glasgow's SECC for The Big Bang Scotland Fair 2013, one of the country's biggest celebrations of science, technology, engineering and maths.''St. Ninian's High School, East Renfrewshire.''Further Info:'Shona Hendry'07739 314158'shona.hendry@bigpartnership.co.uk''Lenny Warren / Warren Media'07860 830050 01355 229700'lenny@warrenmedia.co.uk'www.warrenmedia.co.uk''All images � Warren Media 2013. Free first use only for editorial in connection with the commissioning client's press-released story. All other rights are reserved. Use in any other context is expressly prohibited without prior permission.

Pupils from St Ninian’s High School in East Renfrewshire won a prestigious award at The Big Bang science fair.

The group earned Scotland’s Junior Saltire Prize for their wave powered generator

The St Ninian’s High School team built their model and tested it out at Strathclyde University’s test tank.

Along with the medal, they received £750 for their school.

Presenting the award, Rob Orr, energy sector manager of SDS said: “They showed tremendous insight, inventiveness and imagination”.