We looked to inspire and connect with the next generation of STEM talent, with a range of fun children activities such as building boats, making lollipop catapults and fancy dress.

The Morson Projects team were kept extremely busy by budding engineers as everyone got stuck in as our STEM Ambassadors were teaching the children new skills and knowledge along the way.

We are delighted to have been awarded the Silver Medal for our ‘Discover the Future’ exhibition. A huge well done to the Royal Navy for their Gold Medal, the James Dyson Foundation for their Bronze Medal and all the other STEM exhibitors for creating such a fantastic atmosphere and space for learning.

Becky veal shared:

“WOW! What a fantastic three days we have had in the Discover the Future tent at the Bath & West Show, the engagement has been absolutely fantastic. Its been really great to engage not only with the younger children but also with college leavers and parents to talk about future careers in STEM.

“Following lots of interesting conversations, we are really looking forward to engaging our STEM Ambassadors from across our south west offices to support a various of different school activities over the coming months.”

Matt Thompson shared:

“We have genuinely been blown away by the level of engagement with all children and parents. It’s really been a whirlwind, we were not fully prepared for the level of interest in Morson Projects and what we do as an organisation.

“Between the team we have built over 500+ catapults as well as building cars and boats. We have really been able to reach out to the younger generations to get them into engineering as they are the future.”

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