LINKS & RESOURCES

The Barrow Engineering Project (BEP) will provide schools with resources to support the STEM curriculum throughout the year. Documents and links discussed in our meetings that you may find useful will be available to download in this area.

Minutes of BEP Meetings are also located at the bottom of this page. 

PRIMARY RESOURCES

RAEng Grant Management System Applications 2018/19

Lynda Mann has supplied a range of documentation designed to help BEP coordinators with the new grant management system (GMS) on the RAEng Website. This is the process that will be used to apply and evaluate BEP bid in 2018/19. 

The Application Guidence and Step byu Steps can be used to guide you though the GMS. 

The BEP Annual Report pro-forma for GMS is designed to be used throughout the academic year to record activities - this will later be copied over to the GMS to provide your online completion report.

Guidance for the online completion report will be added later in the year.

Application Guidance 

BEP Annual Report pro-forma

GMS Step By Step

End of Term Report Guidance

Tomorrow's Engineers Week

All Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2017 bids have been approved by the RAEng. Please follow the instructions to claim back funds spent. If you wish to change your bid items please contact Amy.

Funding Spending Instructions

BDAE Lecture Series

the Barrow and District Association of Engineers have planned a "Engineering & Wildlife Technology of South Walney Nature Reserve" on Thursday 7th December 7pm at The studio, The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness.

This is aimed at a younger audience. School staff may wish to attend to gain information that could be linked into STEM lessons at school. 

Poster

Press Release

RAEng Christmas Card Competition

The 2018 Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Christmas card competition is now officially open!

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for primary school children within our Barrow and Welsh Valleys Engineering Projects to design the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Christmas card for 2018. 

 

The card will be distributed to 2,500 of the Academy’s Fellows, to our contacts within industry and other charities as well as Ministers and others within Government.  We are very excited to be able to open the design competition exclusively to primary school children from our regional project schools.

These resources can be used to help you deliver the Christmas card brief as part of a lesson, as a cover lesson, a Tomorrow's Engineers Week activity or a follow up to the big bang project. 

The best 5 submissions from each school will be collected ready for submission to the RAEng ready for Christmas 2018. 

Full Brief

2018

Full Brief

2017

Student Worksheets

2017

Examples Powerpoint

Skills Fest Poster (Primary) 

Please use this poster and short press release to promote the event to pupils and parents. A primary promotional video will be available in February. 

 

The poster can be shared:

  • In Christmas Newsletters

  • Emails to parents

  • Noticeboards

  • School Websites

  • School Social Media 

Primary SkillsFest 2018 Poster

SkillsFest 2018 Press Release

Chetwynd DT Days

DT Days Letter 

Chetwynd would like to invite your current Year 5 and 6 pupils to a Design and Technology-based morning or afternoon. The activities will be based in the purpose-built facility which is one of the school’s major strengths.  The Design Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.

 

If you would like your school to take part, please see the contact details included in the letter. 

BEP Meetings 2018/19

September Minutes

The BEP primary schools meet 4 times each academic year. 

You can find the minutes of the meetings for 2018-19 here.

Meeting dates 2018/19 and locations:

  • Thursday 20th September (Holy Family)

  • Thursday  17th January (Barrow Island)

  • Thursday  14th March (George Romney)

  • Thursday  27th June (Pennington)

Contact Us:

Furness Education and Skills Partnership 

Furness College 

Ironworks Road

Barrow-in-Furness 

LA14 2PJ

UK Registered Charity:

Registered: 24 April 2019

Charity No: 1183085

Some photography on this site kindly provided courtesy of The Mail 

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