What is F1 in Schools Thailand?

Step 1

Assemble Your Team

Teams of 3-6 students will form an F1 team, each having a role including design, manufacturing and managing.

Step 2

Build Your Car

Students apply STEM skills to design, analyse, make and test their own miniature F1 car.

Step 3

Compete and Win

Students demonstrate their presentational, organisational, and racing skills at the national championship.

How Students Benefit Academically

Setting Students on the Fast Track to Academic Success

Academic Curriculum

Students learn from an academic curriculum, developed by Cambridge academics and aligned with key syllabi, all on the Summatic platform.

Interactive Resources

Students can self-learn at their own pace using interactive and comprehensive lessons that walk them through content essential for the competition and their studies.

Students Data Analytics on Summatic

Advanced Learning

Students receive instant feedback on their question attempts and benefit from in-app hints and new variants to support efficient learning. Track their engagement and progress in real-time on Summatic.

Trusted Learning with Cambridge Academics

DR. CHARLES RODDIE
Academic at the University of Cambridge

BOBBY ORTIZ
Director of F1 in Schools Programme

The Academic Curriculum

Mathematics

Geometry & Measurement | Calculating Dimensions for Car Design | Precision Measurements for Manufacturing | Calculus | Statistics  

Physics

Basic Mechanical Principles (Forces, Motion, Friction) | Statics | Newton’s Laws | Kinematics | Mechanical Systems

Design & Technology

Aerodynamics Computer-Aided Design (CAD) | Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Mechanics | 3D Printing | Safety Considerations | Research & Development

Business

Marketing | Budgeting | Project Planning | Introduction to Financial Literacy | Sponsorship

Aligned with Key Syllabi Including:

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