Inspire and engage your students
The BLOODHOUND Education Programme provides loads of resources for teachers to use when planning their lessons. Parents and leaders of children’s clubs may find these useful too.
To make it easier to find suitable resources, we’ve split them by age group. We’ll be adding to them regularly, so do check back to see what else you can use. We’ll also be adding resources for students aged over 16 years in the near future. If you have any feedback and suggestions for new projects, please let us know.
Who has developed these resources?
Some have been developed by us, while others have been created by specialist organisations that we work with.
Do I have to pay to use them?
All of these resources are free to download and print. All we ask is that you remember that the BLOODHOUND logo is a registered trademark, so can’t be used on other teaching resources or materials without permission from us. (The formal legal text about using our logo is lower down this page.)
Our learning resources
Bring STEM subjects to life with these activities based on the BLOODHOUND Project. These resources are designed for you to use with children aged up to 10 years old, but can be adapted to suit a broader range of ages and abilities. These resources include games, projects, competitions and complete lessons that correspond to the National Curriculum (UK).
Inspired by the challenge of building a 1,000mph jet and rocket car, these BLOODHOUND themed activities are aimed at children aged 10 to 14 years. They are linked to the KS3 National Curriculum (UK), but can be adapted to a wider age group and range of abilities.
Teach STEM subjects with real-world applications to 14-16 year old students using our 1,000mph World Land Speed Record Car as a hook. Comprising games, projects and whole lessons, these resources can help you bring topics to life using real data, role models and examples, and follow KS4 specifications.
The BLOODHOUND Engineering Team has created a list of ideas for projects that can be tackled by students of any age. We can't support any projects you might undertake as we simply don't have enough manpower, but if you discover anything exciting, we'd love to hear from you via our Contact us page.
We encourage the development of teaching materials using the BLOODHOUND SSC theme, but draw your attention to the use of the logo.
The BLOODHOUND SSC logo is a registered trade mark and persons or organisations wishing to associate educational material with the aforesaid logo in the public domain should seek permission from the Education Director of BLOODHOUND SSC. To inquire about using the logo, visit our Contact us page and use the ‘General’ option from the list.
A memorandum of understanding will be issued requiring pre-disclosure of written material for the purpose of quality assurance.