Year 10 students from Lees Brook Community School and Chellaston Academy exploring the Lifting And Access Industry
Working with All Aboard Water Sports and Rocking the Boat. An inter-generational project funded by Bristol Aging Better
Year 10 students at BTEA build unigue model aircraft
Sponsorship from Rolls-Royce and GKN Volunteers provided a fantastic day for 30 Year 9 students
A well-being activity for adolescents. 120 Students in Year 8, 9, 10 build adolescents their future with staff from Rowan Dartington, GE and the Mall at Cribbs Causeway.
100 Year 11 Students complete Aviation Workshops sposored by Rolls-Royce and supported by volunteer aviation engineering ambassadors from Rolls-Royce, GKN, HP, UWE and Clarke Wilmott
46 Year 6 pupils complete Young Shipwrights workshops and harbour tours.
Build My Future - Introductory Movie for use in Schools by Business Volunteers to set the scene for the day
Bristol Airport funding helped Backwell School near Bristol stage an Aviation Day - Design and engineering workshops followed by a student produced Airshow for parents and friends.
A team of GE Volunteers worked with 60 Year 7 students to help them launch their future.
Engineers support workshops in schools to build aeroplanes and complete aviation industry challenges. Students win tickets to Yeovilton International Air Show and Helicopter Flights.
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
Workshops to build radio controlled cardboard planes and the staging of an Airshow by 200 Year 8 Students selected from across five of the Federations Academies.
My name is Ruby Byrne, and this week, I am taking part in work experience with My Future, My choice.
Ingenious Project Engineers volunteered to stage a three day Engineering Fair at M Shed Museum in Bristol. The event aimed to test collaborative working between schools, museum, engineering volunteers and businesses. The shared objective was to promote engineering past, present and future, so that children see local engineering history as part of their identity and engineering as something that opens up opportunities for their future. Activities were linked for younger participants through the use of an 'Engineering-Jobs Top-Trump card game designed for the M Shed museum.
James Caan ex Dragon from BBC's Dragon's Den gives his view on what is needed for success
'My Future Club' is an after school club which runs throughout the year, where children meet with visitors from a wealth of different backgrounds and occupations. Run in a relaxed and informal setting they begin to build a fuller picture of what life outside school is like!