In Pictures: TeenTech Swansea provides career opportunities

23 May 2014 Last updated at 11:06

School Reporters from Cathays High School learn about science, technology and engineering career opportunities at the TeenTech event at Swansea's Liberty Stadium.
The pupils meet a humanoid robot
School Reporters from Cathays High School in Cardiff visited the TeenTech event at Swansea's Liberty Stadium. The event is designed to show teenagers some of the career opportunities available in science, technology and engineering. The students' day started by meeting a humanoid robot.
Fatemah and Cerys watch as the robot dances
Fatemah and Cerys were impressed when they watched the robot dancing.
Cerys, Fatemah, Abdirahim and Ieuan learn about the technology which protects aircraft from lightning strikes using a plasma sphere
Cerys, Fatemah, Abdirahim and Ieuan learned about the technology which protects aircraft from lightning strikes using a plasma sphere.
Cerys, Fatemah, Ieuan and Abdirahim get a closer look at the plasma sphere
The four students then had the chance to get a closer look at the plasma sphere.
Cerys, Fatemah, Ieuan and Abdirahim design their own games app – complete with logo
The next task for the School Reporters was to design their own games app – complete with logo. It looks impressive!
Fatemah,Cerys, Ieuan and Abdirahim get the chance to chat to TeenTech’s founder, Maggie Philbin
Next on the agenda was the chance to chat to TeenTech’s founder, Maggie Philbin, who presented the BBC's science and technology programme Tomorrow's World for eight years.
Abdirahim steers a helicopter through central London using virtual reality goggles
Abdirahim then had the chance to steer a helicopter through central London using virtual reality goggles.
Fatemah takes control of the helicopter
Fatemah was next to take control of the helicopter.
A news update from Fatemah and Cerys
Then time for a bit of reporting on their day - Fatemah and Cerys provided the news update.
Ieuan tries his hand at being a cameraman
Ieuan tried his hand at being a cameraman.
And Abdirahim has a go on camera
And Abdirahim also had a go using the camera.
Fatemah gets to meet One Direction with the magic of green screen technology
A highlight for Fatemah was when she got to meet One Direction - at least in a virtual sense - with the magic of green screen technology.
Cerys, Fatemah, Ieuan and Abdirahim learn more about the world around them
The Swansea event was one of 13 being staged by TeenTech around the UK this year.