Engineering activities for children with autism

Friday, 15 July 2022 9:00am to 11:00am


Ground Floor Building C11, Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park
Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park
Berkeley Green
GL13 9FB

Accessibility features

  • Access for Wheelchair Users Access for Wheelchair Users
  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible toilet
  • Autism Friendly
  • Clear communication
  • Drop-off Point
  • Family Friendly
  • Fast Pass Option
  • Hidden Disabilities Awareness
  • PA/Carer Free Entry
  • Quiet Space

We are offering a series of hands-on science and engineering workshops where children with autism can expand their knowledge whilst working in small groups. 

These sessions are designed to build confidence and develop skills, whilst having fun in a supportive environment. Limited to 15 places per session.

Design and build an air-powered rocket car. Test the car on a variety of surfaces and modify the design to improve it before racing in on our indoor racetrack.


Friday 15th July         10am-12.00pm       Air powered rocket cars   

Who: Children aged 7 – 11 with autism and autistic traits.

Children 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Parents can take part or make use of our on-site wi-fi and coffee/tea facilities.   

Where: Bloodhound Education Centre at Berkeley Green, GL13 9FB

Cost: £6 per child per session. 2 sessions for £10.

To book your places or for more information please email Visit us: