Drone Day Teaser masterclasses are landing in London this January to inspire girls into STEM
Venue: Royal Aeronautical Society, No.4 Hamilton Place, London W1J 7BQ
Timings: 10:00 – 12:30 and 13:00 – 15:30
The Royal Aeronautical Society is delighted to announce that the Australian STEM programme, Shemaps, and its partners, will be coming to its headquarters building in January 2019 to offer girls in UK secondary schools the chance to take part in a Drone Teaser Day.
Teachers can immerse their students in an ‘edutainment’ experience that takes them on the journey of a day in the life of a geospatial scientist and drone pilot. Students will explore different applications of drones before embarking on their mission to capture aerial photography over a disaster stricken town.
Core learning stages include safety, manual flight, and coding for autonomous flight. This unique girls only opportunity is brought to you by She Maps, James Cook University Australia, and the University of Exeter. See www.shemaps.com for more information.
How to register:
Numbers are strictly limited to 24 per session. To book spaces, please contact:
RAeS Conference team
T: 020 7670 4345
Please note that travel funding is available for school groups who would like to attend but lack the financial means to do so. For further details please ask the RAeS team.
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