700 children and 65 volunteers from business build 115 model boats and race them in the Bristol Harbour Festival
46 Year 6 pupils complete Young Shipwrights workshops and harbour tours.
Underfall Yard opens its doors and sets up a build and sail event with cardboard Mathews, Chanel Cutters and SS Great Britains.
A family boat building experience that promotes the exciting plans for the Heritage Lottery Funded development at a unique site on Bristol's Historic Harbour
Pulling together people, places and skills to explore Bristol's maritime heritage and young people's future.
Cotham Co-operative Academy, Holiday Club working with Royal West-of-England Academy. Young People aged 8 to 17 on a two day workshop to explore portraiture with puppetry.
Workshops supported by the Lifting and Access Industry that explore engineering principals with real engineers. Students complete crane build and operate challenges and discover modern technology to contextualise the science curriculum.
Aviation workshops for schools with free tickets for students to attend the International Air Day at Yeovilton to extend the learning. More Aviation Day events are scheduled for schools near Bristol Airport in the Autumn Term
A three day celebration of Stockton's engineering heritage and future on the famous Tees Barrage
A practical crane design and building project for 8-11 or 11 to 14 year olds. Science and Engineering principles, industrial heritage, identity and future aspirations.
Primary schools and businesses preparing for the annual Bristol Harbour Festival Boat race. Workshops in June and July for schools and business volunteers and a yacht race on 27th July at 12 noon.
The Children's regatta- 100 boats sailing on the Tees under the Infinity Bridge
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.
My Future My Choice were invited to exhibit at the Green Power Finals. We met schools that said they wanted real DIY energy engineering to come to their schools. They wanted to get the messages across to young people about what is needed in the future-fit learner's tool kit.
300 children 70 Cardboard Boats and one big boat race. Soggy cardboard and happy kids
Boat building in teams with challenges to gather the necessary information from people with maritime knowledge