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Bloodhound Supersonic Car Visits Shireland Hall Primary

This week the Bloodhound Education Project has taken up residence in Shireland Hall Primary in Sandwell. Led by former land speed record holder Richard Noble, the Bloodhound Project is using an attempt to drive a car across the Hakskeen Pan in South Africa at over 1,000 mph to inspire a generation of children to study STEM subjects.

Children have been involved in model car design, construction and racing, driving the Bloodhound simulator and many other activities. The school has even arranged a workshop for parents who were interested. The Bloodhound Project will also be visiting Highlees Primary School in Peterborough in December.

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