WILLIAMS RACING STEM ENRICHMENT DAY
Here at Williams, we are passionate about STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) and recognise the importance of these subjects.
Our enrichment days have been designed to enhance, encourage and inform a student’s existing desire to work in STEM or spark one in those who may have never considered a career in this field before.
The aim of our enrichment day is to:
Introduce young people to the world of motor racing so as to harness the power of the younger generations to support the industry in the future
Present the importance of STEM subjects, by showcasing career possibilities and options within Williams Racing and the motor racing industry as a whole
Give young people an unforgettable experience
Our enrichment days have been mapped to the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum and the Skills Builder framework. The days also support schools in reaching several of the Gatsby Benchmarks of Good Career Guidance.
All our enrichment days are offered free of charge and we can support you with the cost of transport.
Our Williams Racing enrichment day at our headquarters in Grove, Oxfordshire is an exciting opportunity for a group of up to 40 Key Stage 3 students to visit a real-life working environment. We have developed an action packed and informative day that will include:
Williams STEM Lego Mindstorms EV3 activity
A visit to our Esports lounge and a session on our simulators
An opportunity to ask questions on career opportunities at Williams Racing
We welcome schools from across the UK.
Enrichment Day Downloads
How do I book?
If you are interested in hearing more information on how your school could benefit from one of our enrichment days, or to book your place, please complete the enquiry form.
Inspiring the next generation
Here are just some of the comments we have had from students during their experience with us.
‘Thank you very much. This was astounding! You do a great thing here. Amazing experience.’
‘I learnt how to code, film and programme.’
‘Thank you for having us and teaching us how great engineering is.’
There is a fountain of information on the Internet about STEM and the different careers linked to the industry. Here are some great websites to visit if you are considering a career in STEM or if you would like to find out more information.