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Something for everyone

We run an active schedule of events throughout the year - from CPD sessions for teachers, to competitions,challenges, and of course regional and national Celebrations of Engineering and Science.

Details of our upcoming events are below, or you can click here to find out about our recent past events.


Upcoming Events

I'm an Engineer, I can help here! Teacher CPD
Friday 25 January 2019, 1.30-400pm
Hermitage Park Primary, 9 Hermitage Park, Edinburgh, EH6 8HD


I'm an Engineer, I Can Help Here! uses the topical context of a flooding emergency scenario to introduce a range of engineering careers to second level learners, showing them that engineering is a creative process which makes a vital contribution to society. Our exciting engineering project challenges Young Engineers to design and make:

  • A flood emergency kit

  • A rain gauge with flood alarm

  • A pulley system with a crane

  • A pump

  • A bridge

  • A raft


and much, much more!

Thanks to our Partner ScottishPower we are delighted to be able to support 10 schools in the City of Edinburgh with this project. Schools are invited to register their interest by Friday 14 December and we’ll be in touch to confirm places week beginning Monday 17 December.

By registering interest you’re confirming you can attend the CPD course on Friday 25 January, and that you’ll make use of the resource kit with a club or class following the course, and submit feedback before the summer holidays.

At the course you will receive a full resource kit worth £200 with comprehensive Teacher Notes and the resources to undertake the challenges.


Click here to register your interest


I'm an Engineer, I can help here! Teacher CPD
Tuesday, 26 February 2019 - 4.00-6.00pm
Glenluce Primary School, Newton Stewart DG8 0JE

I'm an Engineer, I Can Help Here! uses the topical context of a flooding emergency scenario to introduce a range of engineering careers to second level learners, showing them that engineering is a creative process which makes a vital contribution to society. Our exciting engineering project challenges Young Engineers to design and make:

  • A flood emergency kit

  • A rain gauge with flood alarm

  • A pulley system with a crane

  • A pump

  • A bridge

  • A raft

and much, much more! 

Thanks to our partnerScottishPower we are delighted to be able to support 10 schools in Dumfries and Galloway are invited to register their interest in this course. By registering interest you’re confirming you can attend the CPD course on Tuesday 24 February, and that you’ll make use of the resource kit with a club or class following the course, and submit feedback before the summer holidays. 

At the course you will receive a full resource kit worth £200 with comprehensive Teacher Notes and the resources to undertake the challenges. 


Click here to register your interest




Celebration of STEM 2019 

Friday 31 May

Glasgow Science Centre


Please note the above date in your diary, further information will be available shortly.










“Really great morning. I learned lots and think it provides lots of opportunities for the students to see how they could have a career in science.”

Fiona Bannerman, Ardrossan Academy, North Ayrshire




“I loved this day!”

Emily, pupil, Strathkinness Primary, Fife




“What a brilliant session and amazingly generous resource kit!”

Gordon Thomson, Buckhaven High School, Fife





“Well done again for organising such an amazing experience and event at Murrayfield, our young people haven't stopped talking about it.”

John Troup, Preston Lodge High School, East Lothian






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