Building a Greener Tomorrow

Exploring the Carbon-Neutral Sustainable Factory

Lesson Info

1:30 pm - 2:15 pm
Thursday 6th July
Siemens is on a mission to create the 'Factory of the Future' and reach carbon net zero. In this lesson we will meet STEM experts responsible for this achievement and learn all about the sustainable journey Siemens has been on.

Curriculum Focus

Sustainability, Energy, Power, Robotics, Minerals, Water

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Lesson Guide

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how a factory can become environmentally friendly
  • Know how we can harness natural power
  • Learn why efficiency is so important
  • Find out what robots do in the factory
  • Know how virtual reality is shaping our world

Lesson Outline

We will be joined by STEM experts who will tell us more about the work Siemens do in the Congleton factory.
During our time in Congleton, teaching will be put into a real-life context through exciting demos, recordings and animated infographics.
The lesson will follow presenter Sally-Ann as she meets different technicians and engineers working at the factory, and explore the different ways in which everybody is working together to be as sustainable as possible.

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The stars of the show!

Sally-Ann Spence

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