Presentation on theme: "Invitation to Hub Schools 1 The 1000mph/1609kph World Land Speed Record Project & the Bloodhound Education Team bring inspirational STEM and Computer Science."— Presentation transcript:
Invitation to Hub Schools 1 The 1000mph/1609kph World Land Speed Record Project & the Bloodhound Education Team bring inspirational STEM and Computer Science workshops to your community of schools Meet BLOODHOUND SSC…
BLOODHOUND Education Programme 2 We are looking for partner schools… Inspires schools, teachers and students from around the world to collaborate and share ideas with each other sparked by the BLOODHOUND Project within the Bloodhound Blast communities on the Dendrite Social Learning platform. Engagement to date: 4,834 Primary & Secondary Schools in the UK 273 Further educational colleges in the UK 500 International schools Sits at the heart of the project to inspire the next generation of Scientists, Technologists, Engineers and Mathematicians around the world. An experience for every level of education, from Primary Schools to PhD students with a range of teaching & learning materials being developed throughout the project to support STEM subjects. 2
What do we offer… 3 Inspiring and interactive! STEM Workshops: Aerodynamics & Fluid Dynamics Forces Statistics & Big Data Engineering Problem Solving & Teamwork Building Rocket Cars Computer Science Workshops: 3D Printing (Additive Manufacture) Control Systems & Programming Augmented Reality Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Telemetry (DynaKars)
Training Hub Requirements 4 A space to house the BLOODHOUND Road Show including full-size interactive Show Car (see Logistics) and capacity for 120 standing students. Space to run 4 workshops 4 times each day for 30 students in each room – with 2 rooms requiring AV (projectors/speakers) A space for 120 students to eat packed lunches. A space to provide up to 2 twilight training sessions each week from 4-6pm for teaching staff, to deliver sustainable engagement and CPD sessions. A space to train local BLOODHOUND Ambassadors in advance of the events in order to support schools Bloodhound experience up to and beyond 2016 and aid local business networking. A further 4 members of staff from the host and/or visiting school will be required each day to support the workshops and learn about them. Open to running a Bloodhound community Saturday for local families.
Logistics 5 FULL-SIZE INTERACTIVE SHOW CAR: Weighs:1 tonne* Length:13.5m (breaks into 5 sections) Width:2.5m Height:3m Construction:Fabric and internal frames with integrated touch screen and back projection technology in each unit. Power supply will be required. The Interactive Show Car arrives on a trailer and van. There must be sufficient space available for temporary parking. * Once in position the experience cannot be moved. OTHER: Full show set up time is approximately 4 hours. Events where necessary will be manned by Bloodhound SSC Team members. On site Risk Assessment should be carried out by the organising school. Health & Safety documents regarding the show kit is available from Stella Diamond and will be provided during planning.
Logistics (cont’d) 6 Ancillary Show Items: Driving Simulator:50kgs / L – 2m, W – 1m, H – 1.5m Rocket Model:1/3rd Scale – 20kgs / Width - 1.4m long Banners:Curved Nomadic Displays – W - 3m, H - 3m Desert Wheel:200kg / Width – 1m Fuel Pump: 30kgs / Width – 0.7m Pop-ups:2m high free-standing displays
Dates 7 Dates: Week One – Ivybridge Community College Week Two – Tor Bridge High School, Plymouth Week Three – St James School, Exeter
“To confront and overcome the impossible using Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics” “To motivate the next generation to deal with global 21st century challenges”