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Welcome to Race to the Line 2.0 Bio  the  Rocket Car Challenge

Problem Based Learning – Creative Thinking – Sustainability


150,000 students


600 secondary Schools


fastest car in year 1 was 60mph by year 5 it was 100 mph


Bio-compostable and recycled materials. CO2 launch system replaces fossil fuel motors

Covid 19

Challenges can be done individually or in small teams with seperate roles


All teaching and student resources available for download from this page

Race to the Line 2.0 Bio – The  Rocket Car Challenge is our new, improved “design, build, race and learn” cross-curricula STEM challenge for the 6 & 7 year groups.

Designed to be easy to implement in-School and providing Schools with real flexibility in the way the Challenge is undertaken to meet its particular requirements, technical capabilities and learning strategy.

We have broken down pricing to help Schools buy only what they need – whether a “class-sized” full kit of bio-compostable foam blocks, wheels and axles or just individual components, if, for example, the School wants students to design and manufacture their own wheels using laser cutting or 3-D print technologies.

Secondary schools that wish to integrate Race to the Line as a whole year group activity, can engage The Learning Partnership to help recruit a local company to sponsor the school. Sponsor relationships are created with the long term in mind, as route to generating career pathways for students into local employers who value STEM skills. To request sponsorship raising support contact [email protected]

Teacher Training Videos 

For any teacher that is thinking about buying their own Rocket Motors rather than using CO2 Motors as approved by TLP. TLP takes no responsibility for the use of rocket motors in schools and our insurance policy no longer covers their use i the challenge. The legal bit covered these videos are produced to help you run a safe race if you do chose to use them.

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