#ROMyE Reach Out My Experience campaign was launched with help from Y11 students and their Plan My Future business coaches at the Aerospace Museum
All of Year 9 at Patchway School are supported by business volunteers to explore action steps for a happy and successful future
A well-being programme for 13 year olds run by business volunteers from GE Healthcare
GE Money in Sale deliver day workshops for 200 Year-9 students
Build My Future - Introductory Movie for use in Schools by Business Volunteers to set the scene for the day
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.
60 Year 9 students use a board game to build and perform a character
The Build My Future project moves from design and consultation into delivery the fifth school to run the event is Ysgol Uwchradd Bedwas near Caerphilly
Students helped us improve the initial concept from the Build My Future puppet resource and developed plans for use in lessons for Three ways Special School
The Build My Future project moves from design and consultation into delivery the fourth school to run the event is Clough Hall Technical College in Stoke
The results of a nationwide survey undertaken by 'You Gov' for GE shows the importance of a balance of four aspects of life for happiness and success.
The Build My Future project moves from design and consultation into delivery the third school to run the event is Garth Hill College Bracknell
The Build My Future project moves from design and consultation into delivery the first school to run the event is Winstanley Community College, Leicester
The Build My Future project moves from design and consultation into delivery the second school to run the event is Phoenix high School, London
Exploring the value of building partnerships with cultural venues and industry. How to access and use readily available and practical resources to enhance STEM learning in school.
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
Students aged 11-13 were given a £500 budget and 25 hours of a filmmakers time to create a short film that conveyed their thoughts and messages about money. These films were made before the banking crisis.
Establishing annual sailings of 'Learning-Ships'. Creating exciting learning experiences around the potential changes to the Avon River and Gorge due to rising sea levels and the various proposals for a tidal barrage.