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Chela to sponsor school science event

In support of the nationwide initiative to get children more engaged with the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Chela are sponsoring a Model Rocket Car Competition at local school, Dame Alice Owen. Organised by The Learning Partnership (TLP) the event will engage the pupils in elements of science (motion/force/friction), Computer Science (measurement of time/speed etc.), Design and Technology and as well as being of great educational benefit promises to be a lot of fun.

Our donation will be made direct to the school and will cover the cost of training 2 teachers to safely manage the race days and for the equipment required to enter the competition. Chela MD, Iwan Fisher, says he really liked the idea behind the event. ‘The art to successful education is making it fun and kids love a competition so this seemed like a great event to support. Personally, I’d love to think an event like this was a catalyst in getting some children interested in problem solving and may be even to pursue a future career in the sciences.’

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The Learning Partnership (TLP) is a specialist Education Consultancy and EdTech social learning platform operator, combining expertise in human development, learning systems, education content creation, STEM targeting and online resources with an extensive reach into UK and international schools and colleges.


They provide a range of cross-curricular STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) social learning classroom activities and competitions to participating schools in the United Kingdom on a “free of charge basis” and supported by TLP’s social learning and community platform (the “Dendrite Platform”) which, among other things, links participating schools and publishes rich media materials and resources for teachers and students together with STEM career and recruitment pathway information. Social media feed can be viewed here: Caroline