2019 News Archive

Bridge building activities observed as part of Europe-wide research project

Learning through play is the focus of a research project to investigate the potential of informal activities to support wider learning. Exploring young people’s engagement with science, technology, engineering and …

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Free film screening to improve accessibility to engineering

A free screening of a fantasy adventure film aims to open up the endless possibilities of engineering to young children and their families. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms tells …

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Langdon the Lion to go pumpkin picking

Education mascot Langdon the Lion will be swapping his hard hat for a flat cap when he takes part in a morning of pumpkin picking. Boarley Farm near Maidstone is …

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Outstanding Contribution Award for Bridge Clerk

The Chief Executive of one of the country’s oldest charities has been presented with an award for her Outstanding Contribution to Civil Engineering. Sue Threader is the Bridge Clerk (Chief …

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Scottish engineering experience for scholars and wardens

Young engineers have benefited from getting up-close with Scottish engineering as part of a three-day trip with the Rochester Bridge Trust. The Trust took five of its Arkwright Engineering Scholars …

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Mini Adventurers go on the trail of bridges

Bridge-themed Adventure Golf was installed in Rochester Cathedral as a free summer activity to engage families with engineering. It’s one of many ways the Rochester Bridge Trust encourages Learning Through …

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