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The aim of this resource is to give students the opportunity to investigate the impact of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) on aircraft design.

Topics that can be delivered in your lessons include design and make challenges, the development of numeracy and literacy skills, and support for scientific principles such as: forces, sound and radio waves, and experimental skills and investigation.

The aim of the activities in this resource are to develop a better understanding of the ways engineers think and act using engineering habits of mind (EHoM).

Each resource is linked to the National Curriculum. Further information about the selection of resources that we provide primary and secondary schools is available on the Schools section of our site.

  1. Aircraft design - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on aircraft design.
  2. Radar - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on radar technology.
  3. Speed record - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on the air speed record.
  4. Ejection seat - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on ejection seats.
  5. Code breaking - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on code breaking and security.
  6. Satellite age - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on satellite communications.
  7. Disaster relief - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on delivering humanitarian aid.
  8. Logistics challenge - gives students the opportunity to investigate how STEM is used when planning a mission.
  9. Remotely piloted air systems - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on the design, production and control of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.
  10. Stealth - gives students the opportunity to investigate the impact of STEM on making stealth vehicles
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