Enter a boat and a team to support the Primary Learning Ships Learning Programme
Primary school children visit a business hub on Bristol's Floating Harbour to build boats
Blaise Primary a partner school in the Bristol Loves Tides programme goes out on the tides in the Severn Estuary
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.
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.
Pulling together people, places and skills to explore Bristol's maritime heritage and young people's future.
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
Cardboard boats made by Bristol Primary Schools compete in the annual 'Shipshape and Bristol Fashion Boat Race' at the Bristol Harbour Festival. Institute of Mechanical Engineering support the event and run a full size cardboard boat race.
Family events and making activities on 27th and 28th July as part of Bristol's Harbour Festival - based on Bristol's engineering heritage..... make something that sails or flies
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.
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.