A campaign has begun in Bristol to get more girls into engineering and science subjects.
It's being launched at the At-Bristol science centre will work on building links with professionals, and look at how primary school teachers in the area inspire their pupils.
'Bristol Girls Make It' is being launched by Lord Mayor Clare Campion Smith and takes off during British Science Week.
The ambition is to put science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM subjects) at the heart of conversations about career options for girls and women.
This will be achieved by building stronger links between professionals and working with teachers to find ways to inspire young girls – including highlighting career options.
As part of the campaign, the Lord Mayor will be visiting primary schools across the city to speak to girls and their teachers, building better links across primary schools and enabling success to be shared.
The focus will initially be on schools in more deprived areas of the city.