Two SA Schools in ‘F1 in Schools’ World Finals in Malaysia

Fourways High in Sandton and Jabulani Technical High will represent South Africa at the ‘F1 in Schools’ World Championships in Malaysia in September this year where a number of countries will compete. Both teams made it to the finals this weekend at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg in a hotly contested competition between eight schools. The Mercury F1 Team … Read More

How S.A can turn around its worrying maths and science marks (CNBC Africa)

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Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study 2015 results which compares standardised maths and science test results of South Africa’s Grade 9 pupils with pupils in thirty-six countries shows that South African maths and science learners score at the bottom of the countries tested among Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. F1 Maths and Science learning is one way to try … Read More

Bernie Ecclestone Presents His Trophy to F1 in Schools World Champions

  Infinite Racing, a team of students from Greece, who were crowned F1 in Schools World Champions 2016 earlier this week, were given a day to remember yesterday when Formula 1™ boss, Bernie Ecclestone, presented the F1 in Schools™ Bernie Ecclestone World Champions trophy to the team of five 16 and 17 year olds from Mandoulides Schools, Thessaloniki. Meeting Mr.Ecclestone in the … Read More

First ‘F1 in Schools’ Winner Announced

The first competition in the ‘F1 in Schools’ series, hosted by education solutions provider Sangari SA, was held at Sci-Bono Discovery Centre this past weekend. The winners were the girl’s team, Mercury Team, from Fourways High in Sandton. Second place went to Team Wild Hogs also from Fourways High. A total of ten teams competed: Rip and Ride from Jabulani … Read More

F1 in Schools Technology Challenge Race Season Launch 2016

Sangari South Africa, the provider of learning solutions, has launched the ‘F1 in Schools Technology Challenge’ 2016 race season in its search for a team to represent South Africa at the World Finals in 2017. The aim is for learners, between the ages of 11 and 19, to design, manufacture and race their own miniature Formula One cars. The F1 … Read More