Leaders Award 2018-2019 Registration Open Now!
Deadline 27th March 2019.

Leaders Award 2018-2019 Registration Open Now!

Deadline 27th March 2019

What is Primary Engineer and Secondary Engineer Leaders Award?

Engineering is all around us, from the cars we drive in, TV screens we watch to the food we eat. It is what makes our lives liveable and as such forms the basis of discussion, creativity and problem solving. How can we make life better for others and ourselves?

Children, pupils and students in Early Years Settings, Primary and Secondary Schools are invited to interview an engineer, identify a problem, draw and annotate a solution to it on an A4 or A3 sheet and explain on one side of A4 (or less) why their solution should be manufactured by engineers.

All entries receive a named certificate. Shortlisted entries are displayed at regional exhibitions and awards presented to the best from each year group.

From 2018 we will be offering a Leaders Award Masterclass helping teachers maximise the programme in the classroom, exploring the curriculum links and expanding the literacy and creative aspects of the programme. For further information on one-day courses which are offered across the country, please email info@primaryengineer.com.

What is Primary Engineer and Secondary Engineer Leaders Award?

Engineering is all around us, from the cars we drive in, TV screens we watch to the food we eat. It is what makes our lives liveable and as such forms the basis of discussion, creativity and problem solving. How can we make life better for others and ourselves?

Children, pupils and students in Early Years Settings, Primary and Secondary Schools are invited to interview an engineer, identify a problem, draw and annotate a solution to it on and A4 or A3 sheet and explain on one side of A4 (or less) why their solution should be manufactured by engineers.

All entries receive a named certificate. Shortlisted entries are displayed at regional exhibitions and awards presented to the best from each year group.

From 2018 we will be offering a Leaders Award Masterclass helping teachers maximise the programme in the classroom, exploring the curriculum links and expanding the literacy and creative aspects of the programme. For further information on one-day courses which are offered across the country, please email info@primaryengineer.com.

Please select an area

Please select an area

Burnley

Supported by AMS Neve, Burnley Borough Council and UCLan. This award invites pupils from Burnley to be inspired by an engineer.

Greater Manchester

Supported by Siemens, Greater Manchester Combined Authority and The University of Salford Manchester. This award invites pupils from Greater Manchester to be inspired by an engineer.

Burnley

Supported by AMS Neve, Burnley Borough Council and UCLan. This award invites pupils from Burnley to be inspired by an engineer.

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Greater Manchester

Supported by Siemens, Greater Manchester Combined Authority, and The University of Salford Manchester. This award invites pupils from Greater Manchester to be inspired by an engineer.

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North East England

Supported by the Reece Foundation and the University of Sunderland. This award invites pupils from the North East of England to be inspired by an engineer.

Scotland

Scottish Engineering Leaders Award, supported by the RAF, Strathclyde University, Scottish Engineering, Glasgow Caledonian University, Terumo Aortic, Weir Group, Skills Development Scotland, Clyde Marine Training, RAF Charitable Trust, Allied Vehicles, IESIS, Babcock International and Cloch. This award invites pupils from Scotland to be inspired by an engineer.

North East England

Supported by the Reece Foundation and the University of Sunderland. This award invites pupils from the North East of England to be inspired by an engineer.

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Scotland

Scottish Engineering Leaders Award, supported by the RAF, Strathclyde University, Scottish Engineering, Glasgow Caledonian University, Terumo Aortic, Weir Group, Skills Development Scotland, Clyde Marine Training, RAF Charitable Trust, Allied Vehicles, IESIS, Babcock International and Cloch. This award invites pupils from Scotland to be inspired by an engineer.

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Central England

Supported by Bosch and Coventry University, this award invites pupils from Central England to be inspired by an engineer.

South England

Supported by Thales and the University of Southampton. This award invites schools across the southern region of England to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Central England

Supported by Bosch and Coventry University, this award invites pupils from Central England to be inspired by an engineer.

View Past Winners

South England

Supported by Thales and the University of Southampton. This award invites schools across the southern region of England to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

View Past Winners

South West England

Supported by Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) and the University of the West of England (UWE). This award invites pupils from the South West of England to be inspired by an engineer.

East England

Supported by MBDA and the University of Hertfordshire. This award invites pupils from the East of England to be inspired by an engineer.

South West England

Supported by Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) and the University of the West of England (UWE). This award invites pupils from the South West of England to be inspired by an engineer.

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East England

Supported by MBDA and the University of Hertfordshire. This award invites pupils from the East of England to be inspired by an engineer.

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London

Supported by Kingston University London and Siemens, this award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in London to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Jersey

Supported by States of Jersey Council, Skills Jersey and Kingston University. This award invites pupils from Jersey to be inspired by an engineer.

London

Supported by Kingston University London and Siemens, this award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in London to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

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Jersey

Supported by States of Jersey Council, Skills Jersey and Kingston University. This award invites pupils from Jersey to be inspired by an engineer.

Kirklees

Supported by Kirklees Council and the University of Huddersfield. This award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in Kirklees to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Lancashire

Supported by UCLan, this award invites pupils from Lancashire to be inspired by an engineer.

Kirklees

Supported by Kirklees Council and the University of Huddersfield. This award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in Kirklees to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Lancashire

Supported by UCLan, this award invites pupils from Lancashire to be inspired by an engineer.

Northern Ireland

Supported by Thales, Ulster University and the Royal Navy. This award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in Northern Ireland to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Sheffield City

Supported by AMRC and the University of Sheffield. This award invites pupils from Sheffield City to be inspired by an engineer.

Northern Ireland

Supported by Thales, Ulster University and the Royal Navy. This award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in Northern Ireland to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Sheffield City

Supported by AMRC and the University of Sheffield. This award invites pupils from Sheffield City to be inspired by an engineer.

South East

Supported by Canterbury Christ Church University, this award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in the South East of England to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Tees Valley

Supported by Tees Valley Combined Authority and Teeside University. This award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in Tees Valley to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

South East

Supported by Canterbury Christ Church University, this award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in the South East of England to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

Tees Valley

Supported by Tees Valley Combined Authority and Teeside University. This award invites pupils from Primary and Secondary schools in Tees Valley to be inspired by an engineer from a local industry.

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