Partners

The Smallpeice Trust helps its partners with the continuing professional development of their own engineers. So why are you missing out?
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Parents

Engineering and technology graduates are highly employable and can earn attractive salaries in their chosen field. EngineeringUK found the average graduate salary in engineering and technology to be £25,762.
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Teachers

With your help, students attending professionally run courses from The Smallpeice Trust develop practical, hands-on engineering skills.
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The Smallpeice what?

We’re The Smallpeice Trust – an energetic independent charity providing exciting programmes to promote engineering careers to young people through Residential courses, Science,Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Days, STEM Clubs and STEM Teacher Training days.   

STEM Days take place in-school and provide a short introduction in engineering for students in Years 6 -11 where students work on design-and-make projects. Residential courses take students in Years 8 -12 interest in engineering further by exploring areas such as Structural and Railway Engineering. STEM-in-a-Box kits provide teachers with everything they need to set up a STEM Club for twenty Year 8/9 pupils.Our Teacher Training Days help teachers to enhance their delivery of STEM in the classroom.

 

Latest News

Exciting RAF placement opportunity for 50 female students this October!

Royal Air Force

If you are currently in Year 9 (S2) and will be in Year 10 (S3) then this is the course for you!

The RAF are hosting a Residential STEM Placement in Cranwell, Lincolnshire 26th – 30th October and we are excited to have 50 places to give away, completely FREE of charge! The placement will be funded by the RAF so there will be no cost involved  apart from the cost of transport to and from RAF Cranwell on the first and last day.  Food, accommodation and transport during the week will be provided along with any items of specialist clothing.

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FREE course to inspire a generation of young engineers

Following a generous donation from a local Charitable Trust, The Smallpeice Trust is able to offer Year 9 students (aged between 13 & 14 years) free places on its Automotive Engineering residential course which takes place from the 15th to the 17th July 2015 at Coventry University.

For students this is a unique opportunity to get the inside track and spend three days working with real-life automotive engineers.  If you have always dreamed of working with performance motor cars this could be the opportunity to turn your passion into a new future career.

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