Project ID - TIS000429
STEM Engineering Project - To bring in some aspect of engineering into the key stage 2 learning experience

There is 2 places on this project and 2 places left

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Project offered at

Ballytober Primary School
BT57 8UR


Elaine Anderson

Student Skills

Engineering student - mechanical, civil, mechatronic, electronic Technology with Design or similar

Expected Pupil Outcomes

to help children understand the importance of engineering to the economy and society at large

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

to be able to communicate complicated theory to key stage 2 pupils in a fun way. To do this well the students will have to first understand their subject

Extra Information

The children at Ballytober would love to have engineers to bring to life maths and science.

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