In this section, you can download our city-wide trail map and factsheet which provides a great way for young people to explore places in Bristol city centre with a Brunel connection, learn more about our jobs from the comfort of your classroom or find out more about activities you can try at the bridge during a self-guided visit. The following websites may also be of interest:
Victorian Engineering Connections
Created by Andrew Martin for our ‘Hawkshaw and Barlow Untold’ exhibition, this website shows how Victorian engineers and inventors worked with and competed against each other.
In 2006 Bristol celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. This website is an archive collection of information and includes some useful downloadable resources.
Brunelsbridge on YouTube
You’ll find a complete collection of our video content, alongside some curated playlists, on our YouTube channel.
STEM Learning Resources
This website is home to thousands of free-to-access, quality-assured resources to support the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.
Learning About BridgesThe Rochester Bridge Trust have created two downloadable resource packs all about bridges. They’re full of practical challenges to try in the classroom, useful facts and information and information about engineering.
Go Forth and Discover!
See the construction of the Forth Bridge come to life in these unique downloadable game-based learning activities. Several teaching packages incorporate lesson packs, practical resources and games.