FE News catches up with former land speed record holder Richard Noble for an update on the Bloodhound Supersonic land speed record education project.
Joining Mr Noble, who is programme director for the supersonic landspeed record attempt, is Dave Rowley, programme director for education. According to Mr Rowley, the Bloodhound project is really resonating with students, who are keen to take pictures of the car with their mobile phones. Click on the image below to hear how Bloodhound is putting the ‘fizz’ back into education, not just for STEM, but for all subject areas:
Here is our first video interview with the Bloodhound team at last year’s AoC conference: