Community model boat building in the city that has produced more ships than any other city.
To enrich our work with children who make and sail our cardboard pilot cutters we took a trip on a real pilot cutter.
Puppets and puppeteers from Patchway visited the Hippodrome for the launch of Warhorse, bringing there own puppets.
Primary Schools bring portraits to life with full size puppets.
Engineering workshops on board a 1950s inshore passenger vessel exploring cranes. For Primary and Secondary schools funded by Heritage Lottery
46 Year 6 pupils complete Young Shipwrights workshops and harbour tours.
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
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.
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.
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.
Engineers extend the Ingenious project into schools and take over Bristol's M Shed Museum to stage a second Ingenious Engineering Fair for schools and families