The children make their own racing teams of 4 or 5, establish a team identity, and undertake educational activities that resemble functions of a real Formula One™ racing team.
These rewarding educational activities are cross-curricular and linked to the relevant National Curriculum/Framework objectives.
What makes this teaching resource different is the real-life context for learning. While learning about key curriculum topics, they'll be engaged and excited by the real-life context of Formula One racing.
"Race to Learn will stimulate children with its real-life context for learning. Cambridge University Press is showcasing the very best ideas from children around the country in a national competition.
So in the final task, ask the different teams in your class to come together and prepare their best work to send to Williams F1.
The entries will be judged towards the end of each term and the top 3 entries will be featured on this website.
Once a year, we'll be bringing together the top 3 classes to a very special event at the Williams F1 facility just outside Oxford. Here, there'll be lots of fun activities including a rare opportunity to chat with one of the Williams F1 drivers."