The Imagineerium Initiative

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The Imagineerium Initiative is a practice- based learning science technology engineering arts and maths (STEAM) project, designed for Coventry primary schools and helping to address design technology learning and the current 45% skills gap in creative engineering in the City. Children and teachers work with a team of professional artists and engineers on authentic commissions developing work- based competences and skills such as confidence, communication, perseverance, team work and entrepreneurship and enriching their imagination. Imagineer works with 5 primary schools each year.

The current commission (2017-19) is entitled Marvellous Mechanical Machines and is a series of moving pieces of public art designed to populate a new interactive cycle trail at The Charterhouse Heritage Park.

Funding partners include: The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Premier Group, Medwell Hyde, Impression Technologies, John Haynes, MTC, Network Rail.

Research partner, The University of Warwick 

STEM support, Arup  


For further current information and links to publications please click on news.


Contacts: Kathy Leahy, Creative Director; Jo Trowsdale, Teaching Fellow The University of Warwick ; Sarah Leahy, Project Coordinator  

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