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This competition sees key stage 2 students (or equivalent) design a sustainable aircraft.
And in doing so, think creatively about air and space. The competition is generously supported by Accenture and run in partnership with The Smallpeice Trust and RAF Youth STEM.
This competition is open to UK State Schools for students in Year 5-6 in England and Wales, P6-P7 in Scotland and Year 6-7 in Northern Ireland.
If you are interested in getting your school involved for the 2023/24 competition, please visit:
The challenge is to design a sustainable plane, so we're looking for creative young people who love design and can work in teams. By competing, students learn about aerospace, sustainability and literally see their creativity take fligh.
The challenge is to design a sustainable plane, so we’re looking for creative young people who love design and can work in teams. By competing students learn about aerospace, sustainability, and literally see their creativity take flight.
Students then meet with these engineering superstars, to find out more about their work and careers.
The national and regional winners can bring four students and accompanying adults to the Royal International Air Tattoo, where they take part in an exclusive STEM challenge. Plus, the schools receive £100 to spend on STEM equipment, alongside special recognition awards.
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