From EngineeringUK, a poster with four lesson acitivies that look at engineering carers involved in the staging of a music concert.
Activity sheets, lesson plans and fun quizzes from the Rochester Bridge Trust.
An activity book covering four engineering topics aimed at pre-school and reception children.
A crane building challenge from K'NEX with three difficulty levels and instructions for teachers.
A bridge building challenge from K'NEX with three difficulty levels and instructions for teachers.
A tower building challenge from K'NEX with three difficulty levels and instructions for teachers.
A resource from the Science Museum on building spaghetti structures
A range of resources for Key Stage 3 students from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
An acitivty from the Science Museum on the challenges of building a self supporting dome.
Videos and case studies of young engineers from all backgrounds showcasing the engineering profession as a whole
David Knight has worked on amazing projects accross the world from the Philippines to the UK. In our 'Design and Shape the World' leaflet he shares five reasons why structural engineering is a great career choice.
This download showcases 16 amazing feats of structural engineering from around the world.
Three of our members explain what they do and why they love their work. A great way to show the face of modern engineering to your students.
A guide that defines structural engineering and explains how you can become a structural engineer.
Learn the stories behind the Shard, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Basilica Cistern in this fascinating podcast series from Roma Agrawal FIStructE.
An education project challenges schoolchildren to make beams from “Chocrete” – a mix of chocolate and cereals.
Nick Von Behr describes a competition to find a new pavilion design for an amazing education initiative: Next Generation Design Brum.
April Shackley and Jade Purdy, Design Engineers at AKT II, describe their work with engineering education initiative, ScaleRule.