WHAT WE OFFER

Primary Engineer has developed a range of ways for schools to engage with engineering. Where possible the cost to schools has been funded by our supporters in regions across the UK, schools are also able to fund themselves on any of the programmes or course…

WHAT WE OFFER

Primary Engineer has developed a range of ways for schools to engage with engineering. Where possible the cost to schools has been funded by our supporters in regions across the UK, schools are also able to fund themselves on any of the programmes or course…

The Primary Engineer Programmes take the form of themed Projects that include physical resources for 2 classes, teacher training for up to 2 teachers, digital teaching resources, curriculum mapping, links to engineers and invitations to Celebration Events.

Follow the links for more detailed information

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Primary Engineer
Rail Programme

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Primary Engineer
Vehicle Programme

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Early Years Engineer

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Secondary Engineer

Take a deeper dive….

For teachers, educators and careers advisors looking for more research-based professional development there are two connected courses; The Engineering STEM in your Classroom module and the Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering your Curriculum

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Engineering STEM
in the classroom

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Engineering Your
Curriculum (PGCert)

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Readily available teaching resources focus on ‘If you were an engineer, what would you do?’ Leaders Award Competition building creative problem solving skills and career awareness, and STAWARS Climate Change Challenge using data to illustrate the things we can change to make a difference.

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STATWARS: Data and
Climate Change Challenge

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If you were an engineer,
what would you do?
Leaders Award Competition

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What have teachers told us in 2021-2022?

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88%

of teachers reported that the project
was of
high value to teaching
STEM generally

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85%

of teachers agree or strongly
agree
that they are now more confident
with the subject of engineering in
the classroom

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99%

of teachers would
commend taking part

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85%

of teachers agree or strongly agree
that pupils feel that engineering is
a career anyone can pursue
after involvement

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94%

of teachers report an increase in
their understanding of engineering

following the training

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95%

of teachers agree or strongly
agree
that their students have enjoyed
taking part in the project and found
its content interesting

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90%

of surveyed teachers agree or strongly
agree
that their students understand that
engineering is important following
the project

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94%

of teachers report a better understanding
of the diversity challenges in engineering
and the belief that they can make an
impact on career aspiration