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F1 in Schools Foresight Foundation Oldham Race Day!

Tensions ran high and excitement filled the air at the F1 in Schools Foresight Foundation Oldham Race Day held earlier this week at Oldham Athletic. The event, designed to ignite interest in STEM education among young students, took place in the impressive Broadway Suite of the Joe Royle Stand, creating an exhilarating atmosphere for all involved.


The day was organized as a pilot event, offering children in Oldham a unique opportunity to engage in STEM activities outside the traditional classroom setting. The initiative aimed to inspire the next generation of engineers, designers, and innovators by immersing them in the world of Formula 1 racing.


Participants poured their hearts and minds into their projects, showcasing an incredible level of dedication and creativity. The standards set by these young competitors were truly remarkable, and their efforts did not go unnoticed 🏎💨.


A heartfelt congratulations goes out to the winners who stood out in various categories:


  • Overall Champions: St Marys RC Primary School, Failsworth

  • Team Identity: St Marys RC Primary, Failsworth

  • Verbal Presentation Award: St Pauls CE Primary, Royton

  • Portfolio Award: St Marys RC Primary, Failsworth

  • Best Engineered Car: St Pauls CE Primary, Royton

  • Fastest Car: Chances Mentoring

  • Lightning Reaction Time Award: Holy Rosary RC Primary, Oldham


Each team demonstrated exceptional skill and teamwork, making the event a memorable and inspiring experience for everyone involved. The F1 in Schools Foresight Foundation Oldham Race Day not only celebrated the achievements of these young minds but also highlighted the importance of fostering a passion for STEM education in our communities.




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