F1 in Schools Primary STEM Project
Build and race paper f1 cars
👥 Open To: High School Students
💻 Format: Hybrid
🌏 Region: Australia
💵 Cost: Free
💰 Prize: TBD
Please check the REA website for more details on this challenge, including the exact dates and registration process.
Embark on an exciting journey into the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) with the Primary STEM Project. This captivating event emphasizes that age knows no bounds when it comes to experiencing the wonder and education of STEM.
Research highlights the importance of engaging young minds at an early stage, introducing them to the thrill and sense of achievement that STEM offers. The Primary STEM Project welcomes participants as young as five years old, challenging them to construct a paper version of a miniature F1® car and race it.
This unique initiative takes a hands-on approach, enabling young learners to grasp the fundamental STEM principles involved. Through research, design, manufacturing, development, and on-track performance, participants gain a comprehensive understanding of these disciplines.
The program attracts thousands of primary school students, with school halls often transformed into bustling arenas filled with enthusiastic race car builders and their eager spectators. It is a remarkable sight to witness the collective passion and curiosity that ignites within these budding STEM enthusiasts.
Join this exceptional event and inspire the next generation of innovators. With the Primary STEM Project, young minds will thrive as they engage in an immersive and unforgettable experience that sparks their interest in STEM.