This programme covered all nine provinces and over 300 000 learners are now aware of the attempt to raise the World Land Speed Record. Its main aim is to inspire more young people to take up careers in STEM-related professions.
There are also numerous science and technology clubs registered with the Bloodhound education programme in SA including Xperiland, operating mainly in Pretoria with a few other clubs in Gauteng, which is proud to be a Bloodhound SSC ambassador. The club does talks at schools regarding the project that aims to break the World Land Speed Record and carries out STEM activities related to the Bloodhound to spark the interest of primary school learners as young as Grade RR. For more email email@example.com and visit www.xperiland.co.za and www.bloodhoundssc.com/education.