BAE Systems AusGP STEM Challenge

BAE Systems is a global partner of the Defence Industry and provides wide-ranging expertise and services to support and protect Australia's Defence forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology, and support services. BAE Systems Australia is proud to support a range of educational and community programs designed to challenge stereotypes and excite all young people about careers in STEM. 

Specifically designed to effectively integrate school curriculum outcomes, these challenges and assessment tools have been created by expert teachers to provide the tools needed to implement engaging STEM lessons.

Challenges:

F1 Primary Challenge Primary Challenge Information
F1 Secondary Challenge Secondary Challenge Information


These challenges offer students practical problem-solving that culminate with a special visit to the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019, where they can see how their solutions relate to real-life situations.

A winning student and school for each of the challenges will be announced at the event on Friday 15 March by the challenge sponsor and rewarded with prizes.

All challenges must be submitted using the below submission form by Monday March 4. All schools must register for the Driving Learning education program to be eligible for prizes.

For all enquires in relation to the STEM Challenges please email schools@grandprix.com.au.

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