Inspiring the next generation of engineers


Engineering makes our world move, from spaceships to ice skates, the bubbles in chocolate bars to life saving cancer treatment, engineering touches every part of our lives. However, young people, especially young girls, don’t think it’s a world for them and are missing out on the chance to make a positive difference to their (and the worlds) future. 

We were commissioned by the Department of Transport to transform the way young people think about engineering, encouraging them to “take a closer look” at all the amazing opportunities engineering offers. That’s why 2018 was declared The Year of Engineering.

We developed partnerships and created content to shake up people’s ideas about engineering, inspiring the next generation of innovators, inventors and problem solvers by showing them what engineers actually do.

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We created an online destination, supported by a social media campaign, packed-full of inspiration for students, teachers, parents and partners.

Over 1,500 partners got involved to help break down barriers and misconceptions of engineering

Partnerships with high profile organisations such as FIFA, BBC, Marvel, Lego, Apple, Facebook and MTV demonstrated the diversity and endless opportunities that a career in engineering can bring.


The Holiday Makers kept children challenged during the school breaks


With 270 day-time hours to fill over the holidays, we helped families looking for fun ideas to keep their children entertained and their minds sharp. The Holiday Makers was a series of engaging challenges, inspiring activities and exciting events, including special challenges for Halloween and Christmas.



We teamed up with Disney’s Marvel to help kids identify their superhero skills


We made sure engineering had a place at relevant events across the UK


Partnerships such as KidZania and World Skills UK Live, contributed to over 1 million direct experiences of engineering. Enabling children to get ‘hands on’ experience and open their eyes to the variety of options engineering can provide.


Collaborating with Kidzania, we created the Ministry of Curiosity – encouraging kids to get curious and ask big questions about engineering