Royal Academy of Engineering are funding the design and manufacture of a game for 13+ age range that exolores future opprtunities for engineers
Engineers help design games that explore the future of Engineering
Student teams work with a volunteer engineer from Rolls-Royce
Year 10 students at BTEA build unigue model aircraft
60 students explore lifting technology, robotics and bio mechanics while building their own robotic arm from card, syringes, plastic tubing, paper clips and split pins.
Students from Primary and Secondary Schools exploring engineering and working in teams to build a working crane
Soggy cardboard, happy children and ingenious engineers at the 2014 Bristol Harbour Festival
13 year old prospective art students explore the tides on the Avon and the RWA exhibition to create an installation of a flotilla of functioning model sail boats in a prestigious gallery installation.
Schools and families take part in an immersive experience with the lifting and access engineering industry. Exploring the heritage of the technology in the region with the working machines at the M Shed Museum and the future for the sector with engineering ambassadors. learning outcomes and the fun of engineering are combined in a practical competition to build and operate a robotic arm.
Bristol Airport funded practical workshops for Science Technology Engineering and Maths.The challenge is was to use cardboard with electric motors and radio control systems to create an airshow for parents in one day.
Bristol Airport funding helped Backwell School near Bristol stage an Aviation Day - Design and engineering workshops followed by a student produced Airshow for parents and friends.
Young people on Bristol's National Citizenship Service visit Bristol's tidal regions to help them plan and implement a social action project. Entrepreneurship analysing