The Learning Partnership manages large scale, national challenges and competitions to engage students from 8 to 16 years old with practical and exciting experiences of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Students can put their developing skills and knowledge to the test at regional and national events held at iconic engineering and aviation venues around the UK.
Our programmes come with an array of time saving curriculum resources and CPD options for teachers and each is accredited for CREST awards by the British Science Association.
Race for the Line is the largest team based STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) competition on earth.
Students design and build model rocket cars and race them across the playground at up to 70 mph.
From as a little as £20.00 per team all schools can bring STEM learning to life for year 7 students
Design and fly lighter than Air Drones in partnership with the world’s largest air ship Airlander.
This year 8 STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programme enables students to compete with each other to design, build and fly lighter than sir drones.
Coding, STEM learning, team work all play a key part in this outstanding year 8 programme.
Fly to the Line is the Glider Challenge designed for years 4-6.
Built with the RAF museums in the UK, this challenge enables teams to learn practical STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects, team work and collaboration.
For as little as £1.00 per team this is a truly valuable primary STEM programme.