Explore Imperial outreach events, activities, facilities, teaching resources and more on the Student Recruitment and Outreach website.
The Faculty of Engineering at Imperial College London is committed to inspiring young people to share our passion for engineering, mathematics and science.
By inspiring pupils at primary school to understand engineering we hope that we can motivate these young minds to help shape the future of engineering and solve some of the world's most significant challenges.
Faculty outreach projects
Primary maths resources
The Faculty worked with Colchester Royal Grammar School and linked primary schools to develop teaching resources for classroom practitioners and strengthen passion for engineering among young children.
Teachers from Colchester Royal Grammar School worked with four affiliated primary schools to identify areas where new resources would be most beneficial.
The resulting teaching resources from this partnership are available to download below:
- Percentages - including an associated set of blank cards for extension activities
- Linear equations
- Cubic equations
More primary school resources are available on the Outreach website.
Our belief is that by providing teachers with connections between their curricula and cutting-edge research we can help them to engage their students and promote deep understanding of these critical STEM subjects.
Activities for secondary schools
A number of early career researchers from within the Faculty have been involved in developing and teaching workshops within the Wohl Reach Out Lab, a number of which were developed in partnership with teachers as part of the Reaching Further programme.
Find out about the wide range of activities available for school students through our Outreach team.
To find out more about outreach in the Faculty please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.