If your students are aged 14-18 and looking for a summer school programme - Apply today
Over 2 weeks at the Makerspace in White City, young people will learn how to design, prototype and make in our state-of-the-art workshop. We teach design thinking, 3D printing, laser cutting, woodworking, CAD, coding and more, and students will develop their creative idea from concept to prototype to become young inventors.
The programme takes place during the summer holidays between 25 July and 18 August (Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm). There are two groups to choose from: Group A (25 July - 4 August) or Group B (8 - 18 August). To find out more or to apply, see our website
Who: 14 – 18 year olds
When: Group A (25 July - 4 Aug, and 20 Aug) or Group B (8 Aug - 18 Aug, and 20 Aug). Sessions are Mon-Fri (10am-4pm).
Where: Makerspace (The Invention Rooms, 68 Wood Lane, W12 7TA)
Deadline: Sunday 17 July
Apply here: The Maker Challenge | Be inspired | Imperial College London
Struggling with an application? For queries or to book a 1-1 support session with our team, contact email@example.com or call/text 07517551996.
We would love to welcome your students onto this innovative STEM programme! Our graduates have gone on to study engineering at Oxbridge, start their own businesses, and enrol on degree apprenticeship schemes. Please share this with any interested students and teachers. The Maker Challenge is open to everyone - future engineers, those struggling at school, those who love design, and making novices.
Do you teach DT or Product Design?
Making Great Designs is a PDF teacher resource pack created to support GCSE students in their non-exam assessments in DT and Product Design. Filled with interactive class activities, individual exercises and helpful tips and tricks, this pack helps students improve their idea generation ability, practise iterative rapid prototyping and better document their design process. To get your free copy, contact us by email or call/text 07517551996.
The Makerspace Manual is a book for teachers, students and anyone who has an itch to make and create. It’s packed full of the lessons we’ve learned in setting up the Dangoor Reach Out Makerspace in White City, our work with young people and our passion for making, as well as useful resources, making projects and careers guidance. The publication's goal is to encourage STEM activities and a more hands-on, alternative way of learning in a makerspace environment at schools in the UK.
To get your digital or hard copies, contact us by email or call/text 07517551996.
The Proto-Maker Challenge is a design programme for 11-14 year olds focusing on solutions to the sustainable development goals. Up to 30 students will learn design thinking, prototyping and ideating over several workshops at the Makerspace, working to design and prototype solutions to real world problems like hunger, homelessness and climate change. We are currently accepting applications from local secondary schools for the Autumn 2022 and Summer 2023 terms. The school selects the students and there are 3 full-day workshops at the Makerspace and 2 after-school sessions at your school. If your school is interested in taking part, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click view flyer here: The Maker Challenge Leaflet (2)
Rebecca Sweeney (she/her)
Makerspace Programmes Coordinator | Outreach
Imperial College London |The Invention Rooms, Stadium House, 68 Wood Lane, W12 7TA
Tel: 07517 551 996
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