Christchurch Primary build boats and exploring the Bristol Floating Harbour by boat and foot
A pack of 52 Cards that represent some real women in engineering working in the South West of the UK today
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
Pupils explore flight and make an Air Show for parents at the end of the school day
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
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.
Primary school children visit a business hub on Bristol's Floating Harbour to build boats
Ways to improve classroom design using stakeholders as designers as well as teacher's and TA's ingenuity
Primary Schools bring portraits to life with full size puppets.
Hundreds of children across Bristol used MV Balmoral as a floating classroom during National Science Week 2016 to learn about hydraulics, pneumatics and pulley systems.
Shield Road Primary on board a ship under the Cargo Cranes with M Shed Volunteers. Supported by Speedy Services analyse