186,000 engineers will be needed annually in the UK through to 2024. But, to inspire the engineers of tomorrow, we need to show young people that engineering is relevant - and exciting. Our free resources do just that.
Design Process Box
For Primary Schools
The Design Process Box introduces primary school students to product design, challenging them to find inspiration in everyday objects and use it to develop ideas and solve problems.
Designed for secondary schools, the Engineering Box introduces students to engineering through Dyson technology. Taking apart a Dyson machine to understand how it works, students are challenged to start thinking like engineers.
These science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) challenges are ideal for home or in the classroom. Designed by Dyson engineers, they challenge curious minds and encourage hands-on experimentation.
Based on our Rethinking D&T project with a group of secondary schools in Bath, UK, we have developed a series of free lesson plans and advice for all schools wanting to teach a project-led Design and Technology curriculum.