Events, Courses & Workshops
Royal Institution Masterclass
Based on my unique experiences in the aerospace industry, this workshop and talk for Year 9 students involves space exploration Lego robotics challenges.
Let's Create Together
Winner of the Digital Education Award at Brighton Digital Festival.
An event encouraging children to bring along a parent, grandparent or other adult caregiver and explore the world of creative technology together.
Hands-on workshop based around discovering ultra-efficient car design through reverse engineering.
Delivery of multiple sessions to primary and secondary school groups during a multi-day festival at London's Olympic Park.
Mum & Daughter Workshops
A unique event created for the annual Spring Forward Festival, a celebration of Women in Digital Culture.
Girls and their mothers (or female adult mentors) take part in creative technology workshops including Minecraft EDU, Lego robotics and stop-motion animation.
Project Management in Tech
A 10-hour course delivered for Year 10 students on work experience, comprising robotics challenges and a project management competition.
The on-site course culminated with students' presentations of their solutions to Vice Presidents of the global technology company.
Minecraft at the Museum
Enabling participation in a virtual palaeontology dig, these workshops held at the Booth Museum of Natural History integrated the handling of artefacts from the museum's fossil collection.
Play | Create
An on-site workshop delivered to staff at a global innovation foundation to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day.
Participants were invited to build, create, invent and play with Lego robotics.
A workshop developed for a global energy company's outreach programme. Incorporating MakeyMakey and Scratch, students designed and built digital instruments for musicians with specific needs.
A successful pilot scheme saw delivery in 15 primary schools before roll-out across the UK.
A series of robotics and programming workshops integrating concepts from Agile methodology, created for staff at a global technology company.
Delivered on-site and tailored for
beginner, intermediate and advanced audience levels.
Girls Imagineer the Future
Events celebrating International Women in Engineering Day, held at the University of Brighton.
Girls were invited to attend workshops featuring robotics, computer game development, digital music, animation and engineering challenges.
Young Animators Studio
Afterschool course run over 8 weeks at a digital arts organisation, culminating in a movie screening party for students' friends and families.
Winner of the Community Award from the British Science Association.
Designed alongside Brighton chocolatiers CocoaMonkey, children learned about the chemistry of chocolate production while creating their own confections.
Girls Get Digital
An event celebrating Ada Lovelace Day.
Girls were invited to attend workshops featuring robotics, computer game development, animation and website creation.
Developed with music technologist Rosa Fox, these workshops provided students with an introduction to Sonic Pi and digital music composition.
The resulting tracks were entered as part of students' national Arts Awards.
Chemistry in a Cup
Workshop focused on the chemistry behind ceramics, firing and glazing with potter Hazel Stephenson.
Students explored materials science concepts while creating their own clay cups.
Celebrating International DNA Day, and developed alongside cancer biologist Dr Katy Petherick, these workshops were aimed at students interested in biotechnology and biomedical engineering careers.
Students performed DNA extraction from fruit and learned about genetics, DNA structure and gel electrophoresis.
Educational materials and research reports for a future underwater habitat project.
Sample text and images for an educational book about learning to code in Minecraft.
Blog posts and other public outreach materials for a global engineering firm, envisioning Mars in 2050.
Research reports detailing links to the UK National Curriculum for a future oceanography mission.