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Press release by Matthew Hibberd Public Relations Manager  HMS Sultan HMS Sultan welcomed some of the brightest children from across the UK recently for an engineering masterclass with the Royal Navy and The Smallpeice Trust. The Nuclear Marine Engineering Course saw 50 students take part in a series of practical workshops and lectures provided by… Read more »

Four marketeers got on a train…

Last week we had a lovely Marketing team day out to the lovely Docklands area of London, to attend the ‘Engaging Kids and Marketing to Parents’ Conference in the Museum of London. Over twenty top brands who know a thing or two about working with young people and how to convey marketing messages to parents… Read more »

Amazing, Arkwright.

It’s not long ago that we celebrated our first year since incorporating the wonderful Arkwright Engineering Scholarships Trust and are thoroughly enjoying working together as one big team. Working as one we are much more likely to succeed in our vision, which is to inspire an increasing number of young people to acquire life, leadership… Read more »

Smallpeice Trust students are Siemens Healthineers Next Big Thing!

Working alongside education charity The Smallpeice Trust, more than fifty brilliant young minds took part in the Siemens Healthineers ‘Next Big Thing’ Challenge grand final at Siemens Healthineers headquarters in Camberley. The students came from ten local schools and in their teams, were tasked with creating a piece of wearable health technology that would assist… Read more »

New partnership launched to drive uptake of STEM careers

Article shared from – STEM Accord, a new partnership created to provide co-ordinated action to inspire more young people, and particularly girls, to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) has been announced at the 2019 WISE annual conference. STEM Accord has been created by WISE, the ERA Foundation, STEM Learning, Design and… Read more »

A day in the life…

Working in an office-based role, I don’t get out as much as I’d like to (story of my life with a 2-year-old). So, I jump at the chance to attend any events I get invited to *hint hint* or anywhere I know my help will be welcome and I can contribute. It’s essential in marketing… Read more »

Big Bang!

I love the Big Bang Fair. You never know what delights you’re going to find but you know you’re never going to be disappointed. I’m not that old (honest) but when you see the technology of today compared to when I was at school, I honestly feel like I must have been born in the… Read more »

Femmes Fortes

So, we’ve had International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11th February), Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (21st February) and next month sees us celebrating International Women’s Day on the 8th March. For this reason, I feel it only fitting (not that I need an excuse), to acknowledge some of the amazing women… Read more »

Innovation meets Education

The world is developing at one heck of a rate so it’s important for those in our arena (STEM and the like) to develop too. We at Smallpeice like to stay ahead of the curve and are always looking for opportunities to learn and share. The BETT Show is one of the biggest education and… Read more »

New Years STEMolution!

Word on the street is that we’ve officially launched our Think Kits! Now I’m sure you’ll have heard all about them but let me give you a bit more detail. The clue’s in the name really, it’s a kit…that requires a bit of thought to put together! The kits are designed with Year 8 and… Read more »

Celebrating Women on International Women in Engineering Day 2018

Following on from International Women in Engineering Day (23rd June), it feels only right to talk about some of the great things we do to support women in engineering, and some of the fabulous females we get to work with. We all know that we need more females in STEM and we’re here to try… Read more »

RAF inspires 100 Manchester Students at Old Trafford

Independent educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust has joined forces with the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the Manchester United Foundation, to give 100 students from Manchester, the opportunity to participate in a free Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) day at Old Trafford ground. As part of this initiative, students selected by The Manchester United… Read more »

Welsh students soar with RAF STEM Challenge

Independent educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust has joined forces with the Royal Air Force (RAF), to give 300 students from schools in Wales, the opportunity to participate in free Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) days in secondary schools. As part of this initiative, 120 students from Ysgol Clywedog School in Wrexham, put their practical… Read more »

An Eggcellent Adventure for primary school students!

Independent educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust has joined forces with one of the world’s largest utility companies, National Grid, to give primary schools within Kent the opportunity to participate in free Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) days in schools. Forty-five students from Ash, Cartwright and Kelsey Church of England primary school benefitted from this… Read more »