Good schools provide high-quality education, great schools develop life long learning skills on top through provision such as F1 in Schools. F1 in Schools has been a positive learning experience for our students. The British School has a long history with the program and each year it continues to have the ability to surprise us. Our students engage in project-based learning and apply Science and Mathematics principles whilst utilising 21st century technological and engineering skills. They collaborate and work together as a team towards competing in the World’s premiere STEM competition and it doesn’t get better than that.
From my personal experience, I can say that I have seen my child grow tremendously in the past few years that he has been associated with the STEM programs and his passion has only increased over the years. Year One of the competition was a great learning curve for him. The weekly classes in the school were very insightful and enriching. Here, I must commend the faculty of Time of Sports. They have been an email away to answer all the queries we had.
Infusing STEM based learning through F1 in schools into our curriculum has been a positive learning opportunity for our students. Students are engaged in project-based learning to learn science and management objectives while utilizing 21st century computer and engineering skills. Students are participating in a cooperating learning environment which promotes teamwork and peer collaboration. F1 allows for a real hands on exposure to the corporate world at such a young age. Many of our students cheer when they see F1 on the schedule!