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Can engineering help to answer the world's needs and how could future generations effect change? Explore good practice examples to help your class get fired up about getting things fixed.

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5 mins Smart Floors
Part of the series Engineering in Science Learning about interactive smart floors in KS3/4 engineering


Engineering in Science
From interactive smart floors to testing golf clubs and using motion capture to help athletes win medals; find out how cutting-edge engineering is used in science in this series for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 lessons
(3 programmes)

Secondary engineering videos

15 mins Making It Real
Part of the series Vocational GCSEs
In this programme, we reveal how a school in Doncaster gets its pupils awash with enthusiasm for vocational GCSE subjects.
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15 mins Getting Girls - Keeping Boys
Part of the series Vocational GCSEs
This programme investigates how a specialist engineering college in Doncaster is managing to recruit girls for traditionally male-dominated courses.
15 mins Equality and Diversity
Two secondary schools in Blackburn explore STEM careers, by encouraging their students to take a hands-on approach to learning.
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15 mins Choosing Careers
Lorette Parker, head of careers at Collingwood College, Surrey, invites eight professionals to the school to talk about their careers in STEM-related professions.
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15 mins Engineering
Maths teacher Eva Cowlishaw and science teacher Amy Lucas introduce Year 9 students at CTC Kingshurst Academy, Birmingham, to engineering careers using the context of structural engineering in theme park rides.
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30 mins Concorde
Part of the series Building Wonders
Broadcaster and archaeologist Julian Richards meets the aero-engineers who in the late 1950's successfully designed the world's first supersonic airliner, Concorde.
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30 mins The Fosse Way
Part of the series Building Wonders
Archaeologist and presenter Julian Richards looks into the past, and uncovers how the Romans were able to build the Fosse road so straight.
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30 mins Gloucester Cathedral
Part of the series Building Wonders
Archaeologist, writer and broadcaster, Julian Richards walks the plans of Gloucester Cathedral to explore how the building has developed.
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30 mins The Floating Harbour
Part of the series Building Wonders
Archaeologist, broadcaster, and writer, Julian Richards sails up the Avon to uncover the expertise that went into creating Bristol's floating harbour.
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30 mins Box Tunnel
Part of the series Building Wonders
Julian Richards walks the plans of Box Tunnel, which was built for the original route of the Great Western Railway, and was the longest railway tunnel in the world at the time of its construction.
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