Year 10 Students design, build and fly RC Aircraftwith the help of volunteers from industry
Workshops for 13 year olds at Patchway Community School and Abbeywood School. Looking at why taking action steps to balance aspects of life is critical for a happy and succesful future.
Three generations from one family compete in the Bristol Harbour Festival cardboard boat race
A round up of the Young Shipwrights programme and the Cardboard Boat Race at Bristol Harbour Festival
A report on an event from Butleigh Primary School for their local magazine
Year 10 students from Lees Brook Community School and Chellaston Academy exploring the Lifting And Access Industry
Families board a boat in Bristol to explore cranes, winches, pulleys, hydraulics and robotics
Student teams work with a volunteer engineer from Rolls-Royce
Pupils explore flight and make an Air Show for parents at the end of the school day
All of Year 9 at Patchway School are supported by business volunteers to explore action steps for a happy and successful future
80 Year10 students work in teams to complete a series of challenges about hydraulics, lifting and access
120 Engineering students respond to a future crisis for the globilized economy and shipping in a series of workshops on the MV Balmoral
We invited The Scout-Builder to join us for a day at the RWA as part of the 'Air' Exhibition and stimulus for a practical aviation workshop for families.
Children in Key Stage One build miniature working land yachts
Bristol Primary School Children build boats to race in the Bristol Harbour Festival at the end of the school year
Year 6 pupils build boats and put them in context with a visit to the port
60 students work with 12 STEM Ambassadors to stage an Air Show in one day
Sponsorship from Rolls-Royce and GKN Volunteers provided a fantastic day for 30 Year 9 students
Working from a ship under the historic Cargo Cranes in Bristol's Floating Harbour students built Cranes, visited demonstrations of robotics and machines that give mechanical advantage. They also went up and operated a real crane high above the ship.