The Brooklands Innovation Academy inspires and supports young people to become the next generation of scientists and engineers, helping make Britain the best place in the world to do science.
Brooklands Innovation Academy is a thriving hub that connects young people aged 11-18 with scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians from leading businesses.
Against a historic backdrop renowned for innovation and world firsts in engineering and design, Brooklands Innovation Academy creates inspirational STEM experiences for young people. It works with companies that are trying to solve the problems the world faces today – to show young people how they could be future scientists engineers and mathematicians.
Brooklands Innovation Academy is part of the National Science Summer School programme, co-founded by Professor Brian Cox, CBE, FRS, Lord Andrew Mawson OBE and Well North Enterprises.
In Surrey, it is presented by Brooklands Museum and delivered in partnership with Bourne Education Trust and supported by Haleon and other leading businesses and donors. Professor Brian Cox, CBE, FRS will host the inspirational key event at Brooklands Museum later this year, which will be attended by 400 secondary school students.