Landing a lunar space buggy – STEM challenge

This afternoon, our Y5 pupils became NASA scientists as they took on a STEM challenge to create a prototype for a moon buggy. They needed to create a model which could land with low impact and absorb shock to keep the astronauts inside safe, when dropped from a height.

The creativity and resilience of the children in testing and modifying their designs was impressive

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