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FIFA | Explore the science of Video Assistant Referees (VAR). Can your students decide on the optimum camera set-up to provide an uninterrupted view of a match in action?
FIFA | Challenge your students to use their curiosity and problem-solving skills to develop goal line technology that takes the guess work out of calling a goal.
Tomorrow's Engineers | This classroom display poster and accompanying teacher booklet with notes, activities and curriculum-linked lesson plans, help students understand the scale and impact of disaster response engineering.
Tomorrow's Engineers | A curriculum-linked programme for 11-14-year-olds that sees teams across the UK learn how to build and program autonomous LEGO robots to complete a series of missions.
Tomorrow's Engineers | An introduction to 12 engineering disciplines – including aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical and mechanical – detailing useful subjects, routes in, typical job roles and earning potential.
RAF100 | Understand how historical events and needs have driven aircraft design, and new aircraft technology has affected events. Students will compare thrust forces produced by propellers.
RAF100 | Find out what difference encrypted messages make in wartime and how students can send encoded messages become codebreakers in the classroom.
RAF100 | Learn how to keep aircraft steady and why that understating affected the technology of early aircraft during the First World War from reconnaissance to bombers.
RAEng and RAF100 | Aiming for Awesome is a set of resources for primary schools to explore each decade of the RAF through hands on activities that support STEM, design and computing.