Business as usual for BLOODHOUND Education activities
15 October 2018
“Following today’s announcement that Bloodhound Programme Limited has gone into administration and is seeking the necessary investment to enable the Project to achieve its objectives, please be assured that our comprehensive range of inspirational STEM education activities is continuing as usual. This includes all educational visits and workshops, and education-related events. These activities are run by Bloodhound SSC Education Ltd, which is a separate company and registered charity.” Chris Fairhead, Chairman of Bloodhound SSC Education Ltd.
Please read our web page About Bloodhound SSC Education Ltd for more details about the charity.
You can find out all about how we work, what we do and where we work in this section of the website.
For details about Bloodhound SSC Education Ltd please contact:
Kirsty Allpress, CEO of Bloodhound SSC Education Ltd on firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about the Project’s investment announcement by Bloodhound Programme Ltd, please contact:
Rory Fletcher on email@example.com or by telephone: +44 (0)131 516 5654 or +44 (0)7976 351552
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BLOODHOUND Education and Engagement – Inspiring the next generation
The main aim of the BLOODHOUND Project is to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Our BLOODHOUND Education Programme is available to all primary and secondary schools, students in further and higher education, home educators and children’s groups and clubs. We also give presentations and hands-on demonstrations to adult groups and professional institutions, to promote the Project more widely.
How do I...?
Follow the links below to contact us and how to get involved in our education-related activities:
- Request a visit from the BLOODHOUND Team, who can bring one of our inspiring hands-on activities to your school, college, university or club
- Find out how you an support us by becoming an Education Programme volunteer.
If you would like to contact the BLOODHOUND Education Team directly to discuss ways that you or your organisation can be involved, or can use the Project's resources, then get in touch via email or phone:
Telephone: 0117 985 6813 (or +44 117 985 6813 from outside the UK)
We have a wide range of information and resources based on the Project and the Car that you can use in your own lessons and activities, whether you are a teacher, parent or club leader:
- Infographics with fast facts about BLOODHOUND, the World Land Speed Record, the desert where the Car will run, forces and stresses, and more.
- Learning resources developed by us and by affiliated organisations to inspire and engage students of all ages.
- Videos, including BBC Learning Zone videos
Follow our BLOODHOUND Education news to find out what’s going on at other schools, and how children (and adults) have been inspired by BLOODHOUND
You can also keep in touch with us and get ideas by following our Education team on Twitter
New to BLOODHOUND?
If you know little or nothing about BLOODHOUND, get started with our introductory pages:
Why do we need a BLOODHOUND Education Programme?
In the UK, and many of the developed countries worldwide, there is a shortage of scientists, engineers and mathematicians. So we urgently need young people to be motivated to enjoy and study science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects at school and then at university.
The BLOODHOUND Project is providing a catalyst through which young people will acquire the passion and skills, and develop innovative talents, that will enable them to pursue STEM subjects and help us solve future challenges.
Find out more about the BLOODHOUND Education Programme.
The BLOODHOUND Project offers a unique opportunity to inspire students at further education colleges and universities to consider studying STEM-related subjects. And it works! For example, affiliated universities have reported an increase in the number of applications to study engineering subjects since working with the BLOODHOUND Project.
We would love to hear from you if you would like to work with us, and can provide speakers, materials and even the full size show car for educational outreach events.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org