Primary Engineer is a non-profit organisation that aims to build the engineers of tomorrow by inspiring them through projects, courses and engineering visits which allow children to engage with STEM from an early age.
One of their latest projects is their Primary Engineer Moving Vehicles Project. This time we had a Christopher Columbus theme, and the task is to create a vehicle that would allow him to move his cannons for his ships.
Our engineers Faihreena Malwankar and Emily Smith have been traveling up to Manchester to engage with this fantastic project. They have been using their engineering expertise to bring STEM to life, have been inspiring the children to achieve their potential and have created a real buzz around engineering amongst the children.
There have been some fantastic designs so far and it was fantastic to see the children engaging with STEM in such an enthusiastic manner and our engineers have thoroughly enjoyed supporting the children through this exciting project.
The next stage will be the judging round where Emily and Faihreena will be giving the children feedback on their designs and picking a winner. We are extremely excited to see the results and have been incredibly impressed by the high standards so far so we know this is going to be tough!
Here at MSP, we have a passion for helping the next generation and take great pride in the work we do to help build the future generation of engineers and we will continue to support projects such as this to play our part.
We would like to thank Primary Engineer for running such a fantastic project and are already looking forward to judging the final builds!
Learn more about Primary Engineer and the fantastic work they do here: https://www.primaryengineer.com