School

October 1, 2021

We’re going to COP26!!!

We are excited to announce that PPL PWR, alongside student activists from the UK School Sustainability Network (UKSSN) and volunteers from UCell, will be heading to the Glasgow Science Centre next month to attend COP26 — the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference held from 1-12th November.
July 16, 2021

Air pollution and terrariums with PPL PWR at William Perkin CofE School Founder’s Day

On Founder’s Day at William Perkin CofE School, Greenford, PPL PWR engaged with students about air pollution and its impact on humans and ecosystems. PPL PWR’s […]
February 15, 2020

Celebration – Presentation by the Students of their final outputs of the RAEng Project

On 25 January 2020 was the conclusion and the climax of the “DIY” Workshop series on renewable energies, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering and […]
January 4, 2020

Solar DIY Workshops

The “Solar DIY” sessions were one of the three projects running within the “DIY Renewables” Workshop series, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering. Its aim […]
December 2, 2019

“DIY Renewables” Workshops at Community Links

The “DIY Renewables” Workshop series, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering, comprised three different projects. The four workshops organised at Community Links in London were […]
November 21, 2019

Computer Aided Design – St Paul’s Way Trust

On November 19th, PPL PWR were back at St Paul’s Way Trust for the Royal Academy of Engineering workshop series, with Josh, Kate, Lauren and Natacha leading a session on CAD modelling.
July 17, 2019

UCL Summer School

Over the summer, PPL PWR had the honor to deliver a series of workshops for the UCL Summer School. This inspiring UCL project aims to encourage […]
March 15, 2019

Solar Energy – St Paul’s Way Trust

Molkie, Katya and I were at the room waiting for the students to come - the nerves were high...
March 13, 2019

Introduction – St Paul’s Way Trust

Josh and I arrived on time and they took us to a science lab (where we will be having the workshops). To our surprise, only 2 people showed up at the beginning!