The prestigious Engineering Inspirations Education Showcase took place at the Yorkshire Air Museum on Wednesday 1st July.
Guest speaker at the event was Emily Cummins, a previous winner of the Engineering Inspirations competition who is now studying management and sustainability at Leeds University.
As well as the main competition, there were many exciting activities throughout the day.
The overall winner this year, taking the Sir George Cayley Cup to Sherburn High School was Matthew Dennison with his school bench.
Matthew Dennison's School Bench, Overall Winner, Engineering Inspirations 2009
Winner: Catherine and Joshitha - "Cat Face"
Runner Up: Charlie & Will - "Boom Boom Pow"
Most Innovative Team: Vanessa - "Little Geek"
Winner: Fulford School - "Blue Steel"
Runner Up: South Craven School - "Sexy Southy"
Winner: Bradford Girls' Grammar - "Sabre Tooth"
Runner Up: Easingwold School - "Train M"
Winner: Bradford Girls' Grammar - "Girls' Miracle"
Runner Up: Archibishop Holgates School - "Sky High"
Winner: Bradford Girls' Grammar
Runner Up: Harrogate Grammar
Bradford Girls' Grammar
Winner: Canon Lee School
Runner Up: Burhholme School
Best Branding: Fulford School
Winner: Selby High School - "ABC"
Runner Up: Selby High School - "Katie and M"
Best Innovation: Tadcaster Grammar School - "Honey Card"
Model engine as executive toyThomas Spears
Designer Chair incorporating a MP3 sound system for a teenagers bedroomJames Cope
Two detachable pine drinks tables to clip on to a patio heaterTim Wordie
Salsa dress for competitive dancingHennetta Winn
Haute Couture bridal dress based on historical influences with a twistThomas Wickens
Sculpture for the BRI Cochlea Ear Implant CentreAmber Thiara
A spectically designed lifejacket/safety harnessVictoria Brown